|11 Dec 2010||#2|
follow this guide to get your SSD if Cloned from a HDD Alignment right.
How to setup Core V1/2, Solid, Apex, Vertex SSD with aligned partitions using USB (if available on the drive) or SATA. Updated to show how to use Vista recovery disk
the just make a clone.. will be a 100% copy of the hdd inc settings ect..
Quickly and easily deploy a new hard disk on your PC or laptop: automatically migrate all data, operating systems, programs, settings, and everything else
its free for 30 days. but you will only need it for D1 ;/
also a few tuts on youtube..clone windows 7 to SSD
YouTube - CLONE & RESTORE A HARD DISK - ACRONIS
i like to clone my my win7 install every month since i have a spare 120GB (took for Xbox360) that way ive always got a 2nd ready to plugNplay hdd if i get any bad Times only takes 10 - 1hr depends on the size.. since SSD ain't really big yet it will take 10 mins..
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