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Keep you 300GB hard drive plugged in, then install your SSD. Then transfer the files, then disconnect your hard drive

So I'm gonna upgrade my 300ish gb hard drive to a 480gb ssd, how do I back up the data and move it back when Windows is installed? I have a second 1tb drive with enough space to fit the 300gb drive on it.

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You can clone your OS, apps, and files from your HDD to your SSD using software like Macrium Reflect.

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Keep you 300GB hard drive plugged in, then install your SSD. Then transfer the files, then disconnect your hard drive

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Edit- nevermind

Please mark as helpful and informative so my profile looks better.

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