|11 Dec 2011||#2|
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If the drive is dead, how are you going to get the image off of it?
Assuming you already have an image backed up, as long as you're aware of alignment, imaging to a HDD for now and back to the new SSD shouldn't be a problem... I always prefer to do fresh installs, but many do imaging without an issue...
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