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So i have ordered a Samsung 830 64 GB ssd and i plan to put windows 7 on there as well as a few programs such as iTunes, chrome and vlc and maybe a game or two. But i have just under a terabyte of data that i do not want to lose and do not have backed up (i was recently going to get some more HDD's so that i could have two terabytes to store my crap and two terabytes to back up that crap but due to the factory flood or something prices have sky-rocketed so i am waiting for them to come down now). I am wondering if it would be possible for me to create a new partition, move all my tv, music, movies, games and programs to that partition with only windows left on C:. I read that you can delete partitions while going through the windows installer. So i could delete the partition containing windows and do a fresh install of it on the SSD with all of my data still being on the remaining partition on the HDD right? I did not want to start doing this only to find out that it is not possible and be completely screwed. So what do you think? If this is not possible what would you recommend? also can i just connect the ssd to a sata 6gb port?
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When you are going to install disconnect all the drives from your system. Hook up the SSD to the Intel SATA 6Gb/s port.

Follow my install guide: http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds

Hook back up your HDD and then you can partition and move data around how you like. Then delete the old OS and system recovery partition on the HDD.
 
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Ok thanks for the link there is alot of useful information on there. But if i disconnect my HDD and install windows on the SDD and then reconnect my HDD won't there be some kind of conflict between the windows install on the SSD and the windows install on the HDD. Also do i need to install all my drivers on my SSD or can i just leave them on my HDD?
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Ok thanks for the link there is alot of useful information on there. But if i disconnect my HDD and install windows on the SDD and then reconnect my HDD won't there be some kind of conflict between the windows install on the SSD and the windows install on the HDD.
There will be if you don't disconnect the HDD. You are going to delete the Windows install on the HDD right?
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Also do i need to install all my drivers on my SSD or can i just leave them on my HDD?
You need them for the SSD.
 
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If you're using Windows 7, it's really not complicated.

Hit the Start button, right click on (for example) "my documents" and click properties. It will show "library locations". Click "include a folder", and point it to the folder on your HDD where you want documents. Right click on that new folder that you added, move it up until it's at the top, then right click it again and click "set as default location". Now everything that would save to "My Documents" will go to that folder. You can do the same with the videos, music and pictures folders. If you really want, you can remove the other folders from the list so they don't appear at all.

You can even point these libraries to a network location, like a folder on your home server, and make it so no matter what PC you're on, you have the same "my documents" contents. That's what I do with my wife and kids so they're not looking for stuff they created on another PC. It also makes it easy if you rebuild PCs alot like I do, so family etc always has the same files even if you completely swap out a PC they use. I do this with my own data that doesn't need the speed of the SSD.

Honestly If I were you I'd have saved for a 120GB. The days of setting up windows to move some crap here and some crap there is over IMO with the cost of SSDs getting this low. 120GB is cheap enough these days that people should buy up and use the full potential of these drives for apps and games. 64GB is claustrophobic for anything but an HTPC or office workstation.
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I have a ocz vertex 2 and a 2tb harddrive both with 2 windows 764bit install on them no problem at all.
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When I added an SSD I disconnected the HD, installed Windows 7 on the SSD, reconnected the HD, then reassigned the Documents, Pictures and Videos locations to the HD (now the d-drive). I left the old Windows installation on the HD as a backup in case the SSD ever fails.

Somebody correct me if this is wrong, but the only problem I'm aware of with leaving the old Windows install intact on the HD is that it will reduce the Windows Experience Index to what is was before installing the SSD.
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There will be if you don't disconnect the HDD. You are going to delete the Windows install on the HDD right?
I spend ages following your guide. Nearly every single point. But removing the HDDs was a point that I skipped.
I kept my old windows installations since I need them. Only afterwards I killed my Server 2008 and my 32bit windows 7 because I needed the disk space. But I still have 2 of the old windows installations.
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Somebody correct me if this is wrong, but the only problem I'm aware of with leaving the old Windows install intact on the HD is that it will reduce the Windows Experience Index to what is was before installing the SSD.
Why should it? As long as you run the experience thing from our SSD OS it doesn`t care about the rest.
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I never asked about libraries i know all about them. And 64GB is fine for me for now. If i really like the performance increase offered by the SSD and feel i don't have enough space then i will add another in the future or just replace the 64gb one entirely.

@every one else
I just wanted to know that i would be able to boot up the ssd and get into windows to delete the windows installation on the hdd without there being some kind of confilict between the installations; that the one on the hdd would not try to boot, it seems kind of stupid now.

Also i am just wondering what is the average life expectancy of a ssd before the speed really starts to decrease significantly?
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@2thAche
I never asked about libraries i know all about them. And 64GB is fine for me for now. If i really like the performance increase offered by the SSD and feel i don't have enough space then i will add another in the future or just replace the 64gb one entirely.

@every one else
I just wanted to know that i would be able to boot up the ssd and get into windows to delete the windows installation on the hdd without there being some kind of confilict between the installations; that the one on the hdd would not try to boot, it seems kind of stupid now.
Keep the HDD disconnected until after you install the OS on the SSD. If you do not the Windows 7 installer will put the system reserve partition for the SSD on the HDD. By disconnecting the HDD before you will not have that issue. Once the OS is installed an the HDD is hooked back up you can delete the old OS partition off of it as you please as I said before. smile.gif
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Depends on usage. 5-10 years or so.
 
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