|09 Feb 2012||#1|
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can i upgrade to SSD and not re-install windows?
plain and simple. if i get an SSD, do i HAVE to reinstall windows 7? or is there a way i can just plug it in, and change which hard drive is the boot drive and C:?
how difficult and painful will it be? i just really don't want to have to re-do all my settings and personal preferences.
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