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    How to mirror a HDD to a SSD?

    I'm about to get an SSD (going to post about that later), but I want to know how can I copy everything from a HDD to a SSD, because I dont want to reinstall everything..

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    you can using mirroring tools (google will help you with that)

    but i HIGHLY recommend to do a fresh install.
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    I'm about to reset my PC as well, but I've thought about mirroring everything, just think like this. Most of the files that you have in the current HDD won't be used in the new SSD, ohh and it may cause some problems if you change a OS or whatever. Think about it.

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    You should get clean version of windows on it installed first,than you can just copy-paste what do you really need and what is too big do download,that is how I did it.

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    god fuck shit... ugh. K I'll just clean install it then... also does anyone know if I should put my 1tb+500gb on raid 1/0? I know what each of the raid does, I don't know which choice I should go with...

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