Re: New Solid State Drive
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Ok question when installing a new drive like this SSD . You have the old drive hooked up and in my case both W7 and W10 on it. So how would you install W7 and W10 on the new drive and it installed on the old drive? Now W10 Is easy just format and get rid of that partition. But W7 what about it? Don’t think I can format that partition and get rid of W7 while it is active and on that drive. Cannot or would not be able to install it on the new drive till I got rid of it on the old drive? So trying to figure this out if I decided to add SSD to my computer and use my Old drive for just storage?
From: Carlos [mailto:carlos1106@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 09, 2016 8:19 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] New Solid State Drive
The link was in the message, but here it is again just in case.
I bought the 256 GB model which was $119.89 with free shipping, but it is available in different sizes from 128 GB up to 2 TB.