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20 Apr 2012  

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

As a first step you can do tis: How to Clone a Windows 7 Partition to a new Hard Drive?
You can stop after If not loading OS on SSD-W try Startup Repair
All the rest is to speed up everything.

With partition wizard you can customize further:
  • Resize the partitions
  • Move the partitions to the left or right
Quite simple.

Do a startup repair afterwards if you changed "start sector" of some windows partition or boot partition. Maybe parition wizard is smart enough and does it automatically (I mean update bootmenu)
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