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I got myself a new gaming laptop (MSI Leopard GL65, if anyone wants to ask), and I am not too impressed with the 256GB SSD (Windows installed there) with the 1TB hard drive. I plan to replace my HDD with a 1TB SSD this weekend, and using EaseUS Todo (or similar kind) to migrate my system from the 256GB to the 1TB. 

 

I already know how to set the boot options in the BIOS, but the question is: the system in the 256G is still there as the whole process is just cloning. How can I format the 256G so that I can use it as an extra storage?

 

I don't want to replace my old SSD yet, as 1) I'm not up to blowing another few bucks on another SSD, and 2) I still need the space.

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When it's successfully cloned and you already boot from the 1 TB one, just delete the partitions for the OS on the 256GB one?

Humor me, as you should do.

 

Daily drivers:

 

Acer Aspire E5-475G

Intel Core i5-7200U 2.5 GHz (Turbo 3.1 GHz) || NVIDIA GeForce 940MX 2GB

4GB Micron DDR4 + 4GB Team Group DDR4 PC19200

120 GB WD Green M.2 SATA SSD + 480 GB Pioneer APS-SL3N SATA SSD

Windows 10 Single Language x64

 

Some old computer laying around as my HTPC

Intel Pentium Dual Core E2160 1.8GHz || (fake lol) NVIDIA GeForce GT730 2GB DDR3

Some random old motherboard. Works fine tho.

512 MB + 512 MB random DDR memory

40GB IDE HDD + 1 TB old laptop SATA HDD, got bad sector unfortunately

Linux Mint 20 Ulyana Xfce x64

Some old TCL CRT TV laying around + RCA to HDMI converter

 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8

4GB RAM, 64GB Internal Storage 

64GB SanDisk Ultra (80MB/s Read) External Storage

MIUI 11 Global

Aukey Turbo Charger PA-U28 QC2.0 + Aukey CB-CD4 PVC Type-C Cable

 

Audio

Some random home-theater speakers I took freely from someplace and big-ass bass with old computer speaker amplifier. It sounds good af tho.

dbE DJ100 Headphone

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