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Desktop SSD in a Laptop

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How much space is left? Also, maybe you don't need a new partition, you could just use your desktop partition.

 

So I have a SSD in my desktop and was wondering if I could somehow make a new partition on it just for my laptop since I don't want to buy a new SSD right now. The reason I want to make a new partition is because I have files from my desktop and drivers from my desktop that I don't want to be mixed up with my laptop's drivers.

 

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How much space is left? Also, maybe you don't need a new partition, you could just use your desktop partition.

 

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SSDs are dirt cheap these days, just get another one. Even the most low paying job can get you one with half a day's work.

 

 

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