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Windows 7: New ssd question

26 Dec 2012   #1

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New ssd question

Hey guys I was considering buying a OCZ 60gb agility 3 ssd and I have a few questions.
First of is it possible to move my windows 7 to the ssd second off is there a tutorial on the basics of adding an ssd because at the moment i've not the clue what i'm doing like how do I set it to not store data on it but store the data on my hdd?

Thanks in advance - ztorm

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26 Dec 2012   #2

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Yes, it is possible to migrate your OS to an SSD, there are a few tutorials here on exactly how to do that. I always like to point out that if there is any feasible way to do a clean install of Win 7 on an SSD it is always the best option.

SSD Instal and transfer tutorial--->SSD - Install and Transfer the Operating System

Migrate User Folder---->User Folders - Change Default Location

If you want to give the Clean Install a try, here is a tutorial on that---->Clean Install Windows 7

Let us know if you have any questions beforehand, no matter how simple. It is much easier to address a question before you tear into a project.

Hope this helps clarify some things.

Kelly
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