Kingston 96 GB SSD upgrade Kit unboxing

I recently received the Kingston 96 GB SSD for review from Kingston technology this particular SSD is from the SSDNow 100V+ series from Kingston the model number is SVP100S2B/96G this is a full upgrade kit that that has everything that you need to upgrade your computer from a standard HDD to a fast SSD drive.

Show below is the video of the un-boxing for this Kingston 100V+ SSD upgrade kit and show you what all you get in the SSD kit.

I also made a video on how to migrate your data from your HDD to the new SSD basically cloning your HDD to the SSD with the supplied software on the Kingston CD that we get so that you can easily use the new SSD on your computer.

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  1. shimzard

    Hi. I have a acer revo rl70 nettop. I want to do a clean win 7 install on my new ssd from the win7 partition of my nettop. how do i do this? thank you for your time.

  2. shimzard

    Hi. I have a acer revo rl70 nettop. I want to do a clean win 7 install on my new ssd from the win7 partition of my nettop. how do i do this? thank you for your time.

  3. CJFRANKS7

    I know that cloning the hard drive to the ssd will lower performance, but im wondering by how much? Im thinking about getting one if my laptop runs a video editing program im going to get too slow. I intend to replace my laptop in about a year and i will give it to someone who won’t use it as intensely as me. Will it be alright?

  4. CJFRANKS7

    I know that cloning the hard drive to the ssd will lower performance, but im wondering by how much? Im thinking about getting one if my laptop runs a video editing program im going to get too slow. I intend to replace my laptop in about a year and i will give it to someone who won’t use it as intensely as me. Will it be alright?

  5. wmw0702

    But will you not have Windows activation issues if you do a clean install (cos I thought Windows is already tied up to your HDD)?

  6. Car1Sagan

    @geekyranjit So I presume I can do this with my Windows XP C-drive HDD, rather just a data HDD? You do very good videos. I used to build computers, 10+ years ago. Interesting to see the technology today, or you created this video a year ago. If you had one SSD to replace one of two HDDs (an OpSys/programs HDD and a Data HDD), which one would your choose to replace? Thank you.

  7. Car1Sagan

    @geekyranjit So I presume I can do this with my Windows XP C-drive HDD, rather just a data HDD? You do very good videos. I used to build computers, 10+ years ago. Interesting to see the technology today, or you created this video a year ago. If you had one SSD to replace one of two HDDs (an OpSys/programs HDD and a Data HDD), which one would your choose to replace? Thank you.

  8. TheMightyMedia

    is there a way to migrate ur OS from ur HDD to ur SSD using a free available software? i bought a vertex 4 and i can’t seem to find any free software to data migrate…thank Ranjit.

  9. TheMightyMedia

    is there a way to migrate ur OS from ur HDD to ur SSD using a free available software? i bought a vertex 4 and i can’t seem to find any free software to data migrate…thank Ranjit.

  10. Elhardt

    Watch this video on how to do that. He is using some free hard drive cloning software:
    watch?v=HFx-nJDWTg4

  11. fallofdutee

    Or… follow the guide on alignment: lifehackerDOTcom/5837543/how-to-migrate-to-a-solid+state-drive-without-reinstalling-windows (Step 4)

  12. Rajan Bharti

    oh… so u mean i’ll have to buy a new Windows 7 disc and install all the programs fresh on it ?
    i have company installed Windows 7 on my laptop,
    i am going to get an SSD for it.
    i was thinking about creating recovery disc and get the OS and all the installed programs on the new SSD…

  13. Rajan Bharti

    oh… so u mean i’ll have to buy a new Windows 7 disc and install all the programs fresh on it ?
    i have company installed Windows 7 on my laptop,
    i am going to get an SSD for it.
    i was thinking about creating recovery disc and get the OS and all the installed programs on the new SSD…

  14. codelyokoblue

    i would like to know how i can find out how many gbs of data will be transferred over to my new ssd? and will the partition automatically adjust to the smaller 128gb ssd? thank you

  15. codelyokoblue

    i would like to know how i can find out how many gbs of data will be transferred over to my new ssd? and will the partition automatically adjust to the smaller 128gb ssd? thank you

  16. MrFatty1984

    I have a 500gb hard drive and using about 250 of it but only have a 128gb ssd … whats the best way to clone? I have lots of external drives …

  17. Joel R G

    Can a particular partition(C: Local disk) from large memory hard drive cloned to a lower memory SSD, is there any way?


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