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Windows 7: What is the easiest way to simple upgrade my ssd and hdd drive?

19 Dec 2015   #11
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by viggys View Post
Thxs for taking the time out of your friday nite to help out a newb ; ). Still does not make sense to me why if i have a hdd with a system image on it i can't just do a system restore from a repair cd. I thought it could just reformat the new drive like that and put the image on new ssd i am replacing.
Because windows looks for the same exact drive to do the re image on, use Macrium reflect instaed.


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19 Dec 2015   #12
viggys

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Again thxs, and yes i have a system image created from win 7 not a third party software. It's on my storage hdd drive. The reason i said repair disk is cause i can boot from that and have before to restore a image. A for instance would be like when my game would not play properly after installing win 10 because it does not support the new os i simply from my repair disc booted up into recovery environment it found my system image of win 7 i had saved and restored my os back exactly like it was before i had installed win 10. So that is what in my minds eye i thought i could do.
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19 Dec 2015   #13
viggys

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I understand now what you all have been telling me and sorry for being ignorant to how it works. I see that i need to use a different program other than windows itself to create a system image. And thank you for helping me out.
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