I'm getting ready to do a clean install, but before I do that I have questions. Windows 7 is currently installed on a 128 GB SSD (C:/). The 100MB SRP (Sys. Res. Parti.) and a Backup Partition (F:/) are on one of my HDD. I have set (and tested) the SSD so I can boot from it without a HDD connected.
I have a second HDD if needed for temporary location for the following.
(both HDD are 1 TB so there are plenty of room)
Can I use the forum tutorial to delete SRP? When do I delete it? My (F:/)Partition has backup files, restore points, and system imaged backups on it. Can I leave it there safely and (format?)
then extend the (F:/) Partition into the area where SRP was? Can I move the old users files all at once, which would include all of the folders under favorities and libraries? (yes, I may need a partition for them)
I'm planning to just have the SSD connecter for the clean install.
After the clean install is it still considered as clean if I move Programs and Users files to a HDD? What current tutorials should I use to move them?
I think I covered the bases but please fill me in if you think I massed a point
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