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Windows 7: HDD Raid 0 to SSD help

05 Jan 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
HDD Raid 0 to SSD help

Edit: New to forums! I am going to post in installation & setup since i think that is more appropriate.

Hey guys! Happy new year!

I was wondering what would be the best way to setup my new SSD?

Ive never had to swap from big to small so im looking for a little help to point me in the right direction. Currently im using 1tb raid 0 HDD and decided to upgrade to a Samsung 128gb SSD. I know that the easiest way to go about this would be to create a system image, do a clean install of W7 on my SSD, and to restore the image to my new SSD but i cannot seem to shrink my image or my C: partition under 250gb or so.

Any tips or things i should delete so that i can make my partition or image smaller for my new SSD?

Ive looked everywhere online and cant seem to figure this out lol.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thank you


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05 Jan 2011   #2

Windows10 Pro - 64Bit vs.10547

are you saying that you don't have Windows7 on an installation disk..?

ie. that the machine came with Windows7 pre-installed..??
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05 Jan 2011   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BugMeister View Post
are you saying that you don't have Windows7 on an installation disk..?

ie. that the machine came with Windows7 pre-installed..??
i have my installation disk to load W7 onto my SSD but as far as putting all my old settings onto it, thats where i need the help.
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