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Does anyone know if I would be able to clone win10 from a 1tb hd onto this?
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I was just lamenting the fact that I needed a bigger drive. Bought this on last Slickdeal from no-name store for more. Totally getting another.
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Does anyone know if I would be able to clone win10 from a 1tb hd onto this?
Yes, you can. Just use clonezilla and then grow the partition.
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Does anyone know if I would be able to clone win10 from a 1tb hd onto this?
Yep. Pretty much any cloning software supports growing or shrinking the volume (shrinking obviously has limits). Macrium Reflect, Acronis Trueimage, Clonezilla, etc. Some will allow you to set it during the configuration to occur automatically (Macrium and Acronis) while others you just have to stretch the partition after the clone (pretty sure Clonezilla still operates this way).
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$8 more at Amazon. Newegg charges me tax, so kind of wash because Amazon has easier returns. https://www.amazon.com/Intel-660p...ics&sr=1-3

Plus I get 5% cash back at Amazon
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Does anyone know if I would be able to clone win10 from a 1tb hd onto this?
why would you want to do this?
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Yes, you can. Just use clonezilla and then grow the partition.
What if your computer just has one m.2 port. I have a 256 m.2 NVME. I heard I can make and image of the drive and save it to my D drive. Then make a USB boot drive and use it to boot up after swapping NVME drives. Sounds simple enough but when I installed Macrium Reflect and try to do this there are so many options??? I dont know what they are talking about. I just want an exact clone of my C drive on the new NVMe drive that I install.
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What if your computer just has one m.2 port. I have a 256 m.2 NVME. I heard I can make and image of the drive and save it to my D drive. Then make a USB boot drive and use it to boot up after swapping NVME drives. Sounds simple enough but when I installed Macrium Reflect and try to do this there are so many options??? I dont know what they are talking about. I just want an exact clone of my C drive on the new NVMe drive that I install.

If you have a desktop with a free PCIe port, you can use this to place both drives into your system at the same time; if you feel more comfortable with direct cloning. (vs. backup/restore) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


You will have to chose your own vendor regarding this. The one I linked is OOS.
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Crazy price. Paid 237$ just a few months ago. This is best bang for buck for any casual users looking to get some of the fastest speeds available without breaking the bank. Also, 5 year warranty
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why would you want to do this?
So I can use this as my boot drive. I bought a new HP computer with win10 on the hd, but no win10 CD. Need to clone unless there's a way to install Windows from the MS site, and maybe the key is in the bios.
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Keeps getting closer to my 150 mark, then I buy 2.
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So I can use this as my boot drive. I bought a new HP computer with win10 on the hd, but no win10 CD. Need to clone unless there's a way to install Windows from the MS site, and maybe the key is in the bios.

This page sound guide you: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../windows10


I suggest that you at least once log in once using your Microsoft Account as your Windows 10 password. Then if you go the Activation app (Windows + S , start typing activation settings and you will see the app from the list) and see if it says "Windows is activated with a digital license linked to your Microsoft account"


This last step should not be necessary for the OEM serial number from HP should be registered via your hardware with Microsoft and they should know that your physical computer is tied to a copy of Windows 10.


During the Windows 10 install on the new device you will skip the part where you enter the product key.


Of course, as others have pointed out, you can clone your drive. This might be harder in the case were can't have both drives attached to the system at the same time. So, if you choose to install in this new drive fresh, you will have to set up your computer again. The good thing is it most likely will remove any HP bloat from the system
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This page sound guide you: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../windows10


I suggest that you at least once log in once using your Microsoft Account as your Windows 10 password. Then if you go the Activation app (Windows + S , start typing activation settings and you will see the app from the list) and see if it says "Windows is activated with a digital license linked to your Microsoft account"


This last step should not be necessary for the OEM serial number from HP should be registered via your hardware with Microsoft and they should know that your physical computer is tied to a copy of Windows 10.


During the Windows 10 install on the new device you will skip the part where you enter the product key.


Of course, as others have pointed out, you can clone your drive. This might be harder in the case were can't have both drives attached to the system at the same time. So, if you choose to install in this new drive fresh, you will have to set up your computer again. The good thing is it most likely will remove any HP bloat from the system
Thanks!
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better get this before Newegg starts charging sale tax in more states!!
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