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You can't transfer windows, you will just have to reinstall, but you might be able to keep the games on it while you install windows on a separate partition, then move the files into the windows directory

Ok so currently my potato of a pc has an ssd just for a few games, but i want to wipe it clean and put it onto a new computer. But that pc has windows 10 in the hard drive. is there any way to transfer windows on to the ssd and wipe the hard drive? keep in mind i will also have to wipe the ssd some how for the new pc

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would i just have to format the ssd in my old pc shut off pc then take out the ssd plop it in the new pc format it colone windows 10 onto ssd then format hdd? 

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You can't transfer windows, you will just have to reinstall, but you might be able to keep the games on it while you install windows on a separate partition, then move the files into the windows directory

I might not know what I'm talking about but I'm gonna say it anyways

 

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2 minutes ago, hconverse02 said:

You can't transfer windows, you will just have to reinstall, but you might be able to keep the games on it while you install windows on a separate partition, then move the files into the windows directory

ok so would i have to leave windows 10 on the hdd aswell then?

or could i wipe it some how 

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Just now, gabrielgames said:

ok so would i have to leave windows 10 on the hdd aswell then?

 

No you can wipe that if you want

I might not know what I'm talking about but I'm gonna say it anyways

 

Try using the PSU Tier List! 

How to reset the bios/clear the cmos

My current rig: Gigabyte Aero 15W v8-BK4 15"

CPU: Intel i7 8750-H 6-core

Ram: 1x16gb DDR4 2666 mHz

Storage: 512 m.2 nvme ssd

GPU: GTX 1060 6gb

Monitor: 23.8" Dell S2417DG 144hz g-sync 1440p + 27" Acer S271HL 60 Hz 1080p

Keyboard: Corsair Strafe RGB Cherry Mx Silent

Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB, Steelseries Rival 600 

Headset: Philips SHP 9500 + Sennheiser hd598

Dac/Amp: Monoprice liquid spark (amp) + topping d10 (dac)

 

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Just now, hconverse02 said:

No you can wipe that if you want

so how would i do that just go to the manager and "format" the hard drive?

 

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