Problem of transfer of C Disk Into SSD Drives

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Hello,

I've recently become aware of these new SSD drives that are just in general very awesome. So, of course I'd like to buy one for my computer setup. However, I'm wondering if there is a way I can transfer my C disk to this new SSD instead of having to install a new Windows to get it to work.

I tried looking around on Google to find out if someone had asked a similar question, but I didn't have any luck with that.

So, I thought I'd try getting an answer from you. 

Best Regards,

Maria Care

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Problem of transfer of C Disk Into SSD Drives

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There are a number of solutions that you can follow. The simplest one is to unhide the system file by going to folder options in Windows XP or manage organize folder and search option in Windows 7. Then select all files by using CTRL+A and copy to the required SSD drive. Remove your HDD or the hard drive you were previously using and start with your SSD drive.

Your problem will be solved. 

The second way is to make an image of your C drive by using any ghost builder and then place the files in the required section of the SSD drive.

Cheers!

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