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I think the best you can do (after copying out your data) is to take inventory of the software you've got installed. Copying/pasting installed programs is not going to work, although you can copy "non-installed" type programs.
I'm not sure of all the failure mechanisms for SSDs, but for HDDs I would copy critical data first.
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