@tomorrow ailsa wrote:
I think it should be feasible.because i done it before, and now running smoonthly.first of all, connect the M.2 SSD to your Dell computer, then clone the OS partition from HDD to that SSD drive, then change the HDD with the M.2 SSD, then set the BIOS to boot from the SSD drive. now it's done. more details refer to: https://www.backup-utility.com/windows-10/migrate-windows-10-to-m-2-ssd.html
Well Thanks for the reply
But I directly installed windows 10 in SSD by disconnecting HDD from laptop and reconnected it after finishing the installation
Hey, bro. I find there is a simple way to clone Windows 10 OS to a new HDD/SSD without reinstalling your Windows operating system and programs. It is possible to clone only OS partition to SSD. Windows 10 will run on your new disk and other there is no problem.
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