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You will need some disk image utility to image the mSATA (I think). (To be honest, I've never imaged a new SSD before, I always do a fresh install of Windows)
Something alone the lines of:
[Free] http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-drive-cloning-software.htm
[Paid] http://disk-imaging-software-review.toptenreviews.com/

Also, you will need to worry about SSD alignment when writing a hard drive image to SSD:
http://lifehacker.com/5837769/make-sure-your-partitions-are-correctly-aligned-for-optimal-solid-state-drive-performance
http://www.overclock.net/t/1226963/how-to-properly-re-align-your-ssd-hdd-partitions

Alas, joining the SSD revolution is not a completely painless process.

I use AOMEI software to clone my OS.
Okay, I don't understand these parts if you don't mind helping me out on this.

I clone it and apply it on my mSATA. I partition it to have 40gb for the OS itself and as a "safe" size.
After I accept it, reboot, shutdown to do cold boot for 10 secs then reboot it.
I got 3 disk without including the sd card and OS hard drive.


3 of them are named as Local Disk, and two of them have less than 1 gb storage and the last one has 39.7 gb storage where I thought I clone my 40gb partition storage.
However, all three of them doesn't have a OS in it and my HDD still has the Windows 8 logo.
I am confuse now. I also did Simple Volume again on my unallocated on the msata.

Did I do anything wrong?
     
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So you are saying that there are 3 Local Disk partitions, each about 40GB in size all on your SSD?

And there's no files or anything on your 2 partitions that each have <1GB of free space left? And another one that is all free space?

Are you sure your SSD is properly formatted?
You should try formatting your SSD from unallocated (unformatted) to NTFS. Maybe that might help. (It is rather hard to troubleshoot by proxy)
    
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I used Hiren's Boot Cd to ghost a copy. All I did if I recall correctly was Install the SSD into the computer and hook my other hard drive up(it shouldn't matter if it's external or internal I think). Then I ran Hiren's Boot CD during boot and ghosted the hard drive.
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I believe I got it work. Now, it may not have the Windows 8 Logo on my mSATA Disk, but I can run programs from the mSATA Disk, however, I need to do the last step to confirm it can boot and run on mSATA disk and that is removing the hard drive.

Here is my results.
I remove my OS HDD hoping it would work and boot up from the mSATA, and it didn't work at all.
Reason is that I believe it doesn't have the Windows 8 Logo by the Disk, so I can't boot from my mSATA but the OS HDD.

Any idea how to get it on to my mSATA?
Edited by Ryou-kun - 3/19/14 at 11:05pm
     
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You probably need to go into the BIOS, mark the mSATA as #1 on the boot order priority. Also, you will need to mark the old OS HDD partition as inactive.
http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/50435366

Also, you might need to disable secureboot.
http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/50484839
    
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You probably need to go into the BIOS, mark the mSATA as #1 on the boot order priority. Also, you will need to mark the old OS HDD partition as inactive.
http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/50435366

Also, you might need to disable secureboot.
http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/50484839

Darn, it is a pain in the neck. I think I am better off buying Windows 8.1 rather dealing with all of these problems.
Reason is that, transferring old HDD to mSATA is my only option to do because I can't "Burn Windows 8 or 8.1 ISO onto a USB Flash Drive nor CD/DVD", I always get the message saying, "This product key cannot be used to install a retail version of Windows 8."

Unless, you know a backdoor of activating it?

You know what, lol?
I am going to download Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 from my college DreamSpark onto my USB Flash drive then install it on my laptop.
Yeah, it'll last two years, but it is worth it.
Edited by Ryou-kun - 3/20/14 at 6:19pm
     
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Darn, it is a pain in the neck. I think I am better off buying Windows 8.1 rather dealing with all of these problems.
Reason is that, transferring old HDD to mSATA is my only option to do because I can't "Burn Windows 8 or 8.1 ISO onto a USB Flash Drive nor CD/DVD", I always get the message saying, "This product key cannot be used to install a retail version of Windows 8."
So it won't allow you to make a Win 8 backup DVD using your existing Lenovo Windows installation? I'm not surprised.
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Unless, you know a backdoor of activating it?
Nope.
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You know what, lol?
I am going to download Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 from my college DreamSpark onto my USB Flash drive then install it on my laptop.
Yeah, it'll last two years, but it is worth it.
Your university might also sell Win 8 Upgrade DVDs through a Microsoft site license ($20 USD, I think).

I used a Win 8 Upgrade DVD to reinstall Win 8 on an ASUS laptop (and I didn't need to enter the upgrade key because apparently Windows authentication is built into the BIOS/UEFI of new Win 8 computers).
I seriously can't stand all the stupid bloatware that comes pre-installed on new laptops.
I'm looking at you McAfee AntiVirus.
    
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So it won't allow you to make a Win 8 backup DVD using your existing Lenovo Windows installation? I'm not surprised.
Nope.
Your university might also sell Win 8 Upgrade DVDs through a Microsoft site license ($20 USD, I think).

I used a Win 8 Upgrade DVD to reinstall Win 8 on an ASUS laptop (and I didn't need to enter the upgrade key because apparently Windows authentication is built into the BIOS/UEFI of new Win 8 computers).
I seriously can't stand all the stupid bloatware that comes pre-installed on new laptops.
I'm looking at you McAfee AntiVirus.

Yeah, I can't stand stupid bloatwares on a laptop.

Anyway, is there any difference between Windows 8.1 Pro Students and regular Windows 8.1 Pro?
Or I am better off saving extra cash and buy Windows 8 Pro or Windows 8 Pro Students (if there is one), and just manually install Windows 8.1 Pro from store?
     
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Yeah, I can't stand stupid bloatwares on a laptop.

Anyway, is there any difference between Windows 8.1 Pro Students and regular Windows 8.1 Pro?
Or I am better off saving extra cash and buy Windows 8 Pro or Windows 8 Pro Students (if there is one), and just manually install Windows 8.1 Pro from store?

How much do you have to pay for each version?
If there is more than a $10 difference between 8.1 versus 8, I would get 8.
I'm guessing the Win 8 Pro Student is cheaper than regular Win 8 Pro, so I would get the Student version.

Also, have you checked your university's IT webpage to see if you can get a better deal on Windows than via Microsoft Dreamspark website?
    
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How much do you have to pay for each version?
If there is more than a $10 difference between 8.1 versus 8, I would get 8.
I'm guessing the Win 8 Pro Student is cheaper than regular Win 8 Pro, so I would get the Student version.

Also, have you checked your university's IT webpage to see if you can get a better deal on Windows than via Microsoft Dreamspark website?

I checked the school's bookstore, and they don't sell those kind of stuff.
Then I checked "Follett" store that I got a brochure from my bookstore, and they do have it, however, it is the same price as Microsoft Store Windows 8.1 Pro for Students with "School Discounts."

I checked the Windows 8 Pro and Windows 8.1 Pro. Apparently, they have the same price.

As for Windows 8.1 Pro and Windows 8.1 Pro for Students, there isn't any big difference between those two except the price, and it is unlimited, right?
I mean, I don't want to buy Windows 8.1 Pro for Students and only end up having two years on it.
     
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