im looking to swap out the ssd in my thinkpad x1 carbon and i know you have to clone my exisiting ssd to the new before replacing it. online there are different terms used such as "Cloning" and "Migrate" are these two the samething? if not which is better for replacing the ssd?
I’m currently thinking about switching to an ssd instead of using an hdd for windows and a few games. Can I clone just my os and some games onto the ssd or can I only transfer all the data. I’m looking at getting a crucial mx500 500gb. Thanks
Hello there everyone! A newbee in here and also not much a smart ass in the realm of tech so kindly bear with me!
I have recently upgraded to a new laptop of the following specs:
DELL Inspiron, i7, 16GB Ram, 1 Tb HDD, Win 10 (genuine)
from an older laptop with following specs:
I have an Alienware 13 R2, 16 GB RAM, intel core i7, NVIDIA 960M, Windows 10... And it had a 256GB SSD, but i bought a new one of 1TB.I the used EaseUS Todo to clone the old one on to the new 1TB SSD. The problem now is that i have no idea how to boot from the new SSD. So I am stuck with the...
I recently cloned my HDD to my SSD and swapped SATA ports so it would boot from the SSD. The computer gives me a black screen after the windows logo shows up. However if i switch the ports back to where they originally were it works fine. Thanks in advance
I purchased a Dell Inspiron 3050 Mini Desktop PC with Win10 installed on a 32GB M.2 SSD. I purchased a 275GB Crucial SSD in 2.5" HDD form factor which I was going to install in the HDD bay inside the PC but the cable to do that was not available so I put the 275GB SSD inside a case with a SATA...
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OS Version: Microsoft Windows 8.1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD E1-1200 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics, AMD64 Family 20 Model 2 Stepping 0
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3660 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 7310 Graphics, 384 Mb
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