Hi @Icebonez and welcome to the overclock forums!
First, are you planning to clone the OS or you want to make a fresh installation? I personally would prefer the clean install will basically ensure that no junk, redundant and temp files get cloned to the drive.
So, if you are going to make a fresh installation there are few things you should keep in mind - for instance, in order to avoid any possible confusion during the installation connect only the SSD first. Well, in the matter of fact you can follow these steps:
- Connect only the new SSD.
- Plug your installation media - CD or USB - and boot.
- Watch your initial boot POST (Power ON Self Test), enter into the BIOS.
- Set boot media (USB or CD) as the default boot disk device. Save and reboot.
- When Windows Setup begins and asks for a disc select the SSD, then make a clean installation.
- When the OS installation is complete, shut down your computer and connect the HDD data/power cables. After that you can choose whether to reformat it, or bring it back in your system.
However, if you decide to clone it, since your HDD is WD, you can download and use Acronis True Image from here:
Also, you can follow this KB article as a guide through the cloning process:
Hope this helps and feel free to ask any questions you may have.