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Windows 7: Help cloning and partitioning Hybrid Drive to Solid State Drive

21 Jun 2012   #1

Windows 7 x64
 
 
Help cloning and partitioning Hybrid Drive to Solid State Drive

I just purchased a Samsung Series 7 and wanted to upgrade the factory Hybrid Hard Drive with Solid State Drive. First I tried to install windows 7 and individual load the required Samsung drives, but encounterd to many problems unzipping and installing the drives. I ended up cloning the drive and now my computer appears to be working fine, but the Disk management looks like a mess. Any assistance is appreciated... BTW, when I first booted up the computer with the original hard drive, it prompted me to create a partition for a recovery drive/partition. Here is what the new Solid State Drive looks like in the Disk Management




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