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Tech tips: How to Migrate OS to SSD with Partition Assistant

Posted In Utilities - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 With No Comments »

Migrate OS to SSD Wizard” as a new function in Partition Assistant 5.1 which was specially designed for the person who wants to quickly move the operating system from old hard disk to a new hard disk or SSD without reinstall Windows Operating System.

(See: How to Convert NTFS to FAT32 without Losing Data

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How to Migrate OS to SSD with Partition Assistant:

Step 1. Launch Partition Assistant, on the main interface, it will lay out your disk configuration.

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Step 2. on the main console; click “Migrate OS to SSD or HDD”, in the pop-up windows click “Next” to continue.

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Step 3. In the next window, select our target disk (your ssd or hdd), then click “Next”.

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Step 4. In this window, you could modify the information of the partition on new disk, includes partition size, drive letter.

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After setting up all the information, click “Next” to read some note about boot OS from SSD.

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Then click “Finish” it will back to main interface automatically, and click “Apply” button to commit the operation.

You could watch the Video tutorial to know how does it works.

Note: This operation involves the system partition, therefore the operation need to be completed under the Pre-OS mode.

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