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  1. You are a legend. Thank you.
  2. Thanks for the fast reply! I'm trying to get it all done before the 29th - his birthday. So, time is very much of the essence. I agree I should probably get a better screen but I'm trying to work my best within the budget I've been given. Have you seen any 144hz monitors around this price range? I'll also have a look into bigger PSU's now, thanks!
  3. Building a PC for my cousin for £1200 budget. Let me know what you think!
  4. I've managed to solve the problem, thankyou everyone, I appreciate you!
  5. I'd like to consolidate these two under the same bracket. How do I do it?
  6. It won't let me delete the 527 or expand the 110, I'm lost
  7. So here's my issue... I've just cloned my old SSD to my new one which has much more free space. The old one is the Kingston and the new being the Samsung. I've booted it up the correct way, and it has given me these separate partitions, including the name of the old drive. I was wondering if there was any way to combine them so it all falls under the same disk and name ?
  8. Thanks man, appreciate it. I understand what you're saying till about mid way through... Is there anything you can point me to help me digest the information. I'm sure what you're saying is totally valid, I've just not got to knowledge to comprehend it yet.
  9. So here's my issue... I've basically just cloned my old SSD to my new one which has much more free space. The old one is the Kingston and the new being the Samsung. I've just booted it up the correct way, and it has given me these separate partitions, including the name of the old drive. I was wondering if there may be a way to combine it all under one?
  10. Do you think I should jus offload? Or copy the OS to the new drive? Thankyou
  11. Ok so here's the issue... I have recently just purchased Ableton Live Suite 10, with a new 1TB SSD. My PC currently holds a 120GB SSD (with my OS on) and a 1TB HDD (to store other files, games, work etc). So, I install my new SSD and format it into my system. As the old SSD is nearly full, showing a red bar on 'this pc'. Anyway, I come to install Ableton and I definitely choose the correct location for install, on my new, empty SSD. But every time I do so, the installer tells me that I'm trying to install it on my nearly full Cdrive. Which I stress again, a
  12. I like the idea of having all of my storage on one device (as my HDD is pretty old now and sluggish), and less stress when it comes to portability, moving house etc. Plus, I'm saving to buy a Digital Audio Workstation so I'm going to need that extra wiggle room. In terms of partitions, does it not automatically adjust to its new environment? Adding my current 115GB on the SSD to the other 533gb on the HDD. Also do you have any recommendations for cloning software? -sorry for all the q's
  13. So I'm basically thinking of upgrading my current storage system: 1TB HDD Holding all of my valuables such as family photos. Games, Work etc. etc. 120GB SSD Contains my OS and other such files... Changing them to a completely new SSD. Faster, with more storage... But I was wondering if this is even possible... Can I just migrate my system just as simple as that? Does it come with any risks? Have any of you done this type of thing before? Any input would be greatly appreciated
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