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  1. The drive where Windows is installed is locked" error happens in my window 10.🤣


  2. I see your making software recommendation posts.


    Have you tried 4KDownload app for desktops, it's a YouTube grabber download.

    But it supports 4K and 1440p 60fps options.

    Auto updates without reinstall.

    Give it a whirl, you'll likely recommend it.



    1. Den-Fi


      They seem to only be making posts about software MiniTool makes, which makes me think they work there or it's theirs.

    2. Skylly


      😂😂 I used minitool tool ten years. today, I recevied the Youtube downloader new released from their team.
      I think it will be very interesting and posting it on linustechtips.

  3. Refer to this tutorial: https://www.partitionwizard.com/clone-disk/migrate-windows-10.html
  4. 120GB is enough for OS (Windows 10), several programs (MS Office, Adobe Suite, AutoCAD, Sketchup, Corel, etc.), several utilities (Anti-Virus, Diagnostic Tools, Benchmarking Tools, etc.) and would still have space for one or two small games leaving about 10-15% free space (I have a 120GB SSD paired with 2TB HDDs). But in my opinion,if your budget allowed, it is highly recommended to get the ~240GB version instead. This will give you more space to install a higher number of open-world games that can take a slight advantage in loading times with the SSD. Migrate Windows to SSD by cloning the system drive or the entire system disk with the assistance of MiniTool partition wizard. https://www.partitionwizard.com/clone-disk/migrate-windows-10.html
  5. Sure, You can do it if the connector of those HDD's suitable for your now system.
  6. MiniTool partition wizard free will suitable for you.
  7. The most troublesome way to get one into your system is to physically install it, connect the right cables, and reinstall Windows from scratch and move all the files to new SSD. There is anothet easy ways to use clone disk tool to clone SSD to new one without reinstall OS. Preparation: Before you move SSD to new one without reinstalling OS, there are some things you need to note for these job. Prepare an SSD as the destination disk. Please note the disk space of SSD can't be smaller than the used disk space of the source disk. Possess a cloning tool. In the software market, many kinds of cloning tools are provided in Google searched. MiniTool Partition Wizard MiniTool ShadowMaker
  8. Two case: One is the lack of power supply, choose the line of two U heads. The other one is the driver problem, enter the device manager and update the driver.
  9. This indicates a problem with your computer's PXE. Most often, this error occurs when your boot sequence is misconfigured in your BIOS, or your boot device (usually your hard drive) cannot be read correctly. Start your computer and enter your BIOS configuration. Check that the boot sequence is not configured for network boot. Make sure that your hard disk is listed in the boot sequence. If your hard disk is not listed as an option in your boot sequence, it may indicate that your hard disk is down or disconnected. you should check the reconnect your hard drive.
  10. Hi, there, I think it will work fine. You can just migrat Windows  to SSD with MiniTool partition wizard without reinstall systerm. Generally, the space required to run the Windows system is about 32GB or 64GB from SSD. The 120GB suitable for two partition, the one partition is run system, and the other one can be install some appliations.
  11. Adata XPG SX8200 Pro (960GB) Intel Optane SSD 905P (1TB) Samsung 970 PRO (1TB) Silicon Power P34A80 (1TB)
  12. Yes, I think so too. You can upgrade HDD to SSD through MiniTool partition wizard without reinstall OS. Moving from a regular drive to an SSD improves speed across your system. You PC will start faster, load apps and large files faster, and decrease load times in most games. The only trouble is, once you get past a terabyte of storage space, SSDs start to get prohibitively expensive.
  13. Sounds interesting, I search some articles for this and it seems to be feasible.