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post #751 of 1783
Got the 128gb for my Macbook Pro for $129 at Newegg last week. Add me!
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post #752 of 1783
Just built my new rig and got a M4 128GB, loving it so far!
Please add me to the club biggrin.gif

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post #754 of 1783
hi guys.. is this normal? my m4 64gb.

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i feel no gain in window loading speed.. :x
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Hey people, received my Crucial M4 SSD today, just installing my OS on it. How do I remove my OS from my original HDD without losing all my games?
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jonnykiv View Post

Hey people, received my Crucial M4 SSD today, just installing my OS on it. How do I remove my OS from my original HDD without losing all my games?

If you can simply clone it do that, if not look below.

How to: Migrate from OS install on old HDD/SSD to new a drive
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
  • You will need:
    • EaseUs Partition Master (link)
    • EaseUs ToDo Backup (link)
    • A place to backup the data/partition(s)
    • A USB (2GB or larger) or a CD to burn the bootable emergency disk

  • Before you back up your system partition(s):

    1. Shrink the old OS partition if your new drive is smaller than the old OS partition.
    2. If the partition is larger than the new drive after you shrink it then you have to move all your personal data off the partition.
    3. Move all personal files to another drive such as pictures, videos, music, documents, and Steam, gamesaves, etc. Check out my maintenance section, run ccleaner, discleanup, etc. and disable the hibernation file and disable/shrink the page file. If still not small enough you have to uninstall large programs and/or games and re-install them after you restore the system image.
    4. If you do not have a secondary drive to move your data to you will have to make a new partition on the in the unallocated space. Then do the above and move your data. You may have to keep shrinking and expanding the partitions as you do this depending on how much free space you have on your drive.
    5. When you are done moving the data then you should be about the right size to make system image to restore to the drive.


    How to: Change the size of a drive's partition(s):


  • Backup the system partition(s):
    Now this is when you actually back up the partition(s). If you have a Microsoft System Reserve Partition (usually 100MB) you can either choose to back it up with your C: partition or delete it before. To delete the Microsoft System Reserve Partition follow this guide: (link)


    How to back up the system partition(s):


  • Restore the partition(s) to the new drive:
    Now here is where you will be changing out the old drive and the new drive.

    1. Make the bootable emergency disk.
    2. Shut down and change out the drives.
    3. Boot from the emergency disk and start the recovery.


    How to make the bootable emergency disk and recover the partition(s):


  • System setup after restoration:
    Finally, go through my "Now It's Time For The System Set Up!" section of my optimization guide and make sure you run W.E.I.
post #757 of 1783
got my new ssd installed today thumb.gif
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post #758 of 1783
Thread Starter 
Hey guys. Going to buy some pork chops.
I'll update when I get back. smile.gif


Also. I is on SATA 2 frown.gif

can't tell the difference biggrin.gif
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Hey bros.
Updated.

Hows everyone liking their Crucial drives?
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I am noticing my access times are higher and read scores lower than most of the benches I see. Any ideas on what might cause this? Could it just be the H65 chipset in my laptop?

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