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Replacing Hard Drive

You can clone it then remove the original drive and set the clone to use the same letter directory that the old drive used through disk management (right click, change drive letter and paths...)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys, I don't know a lot about storage but I was wondering if I could replace my Hard Drive by cloning it even though it is in this configuration. Certain things are directed to my HDD and other things like the OS are held on my SSD. Im afraid if I clone the HDD it won't interact with the SSD correctly. Is this a non issue?


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You can clone it then remove the original drive and set the clone to use the same letter directory that the old drive used through disk management (right click, change drive letter and paths...)


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