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New SSD added, clearly faster than the one with OS W10 . How to now transfer W10 to new one?


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Lenovo Legion 5(2021)

 

C drive is original Samsung PM991A 512Gb

D drive is WD SN770 1Tb

 

Attached files show the benchmark results, i guess the Samsung being OS drive and at 89% full might have an impact in test results, but it seems too much for only be circumstantial so i decided to change the OS to the WD 770. 

 

So i want to exchange the drive letters how to achieve that without taking out a drive physically?

 

If i install OS in D drive i think it will be problem then changing the OS drive to C. drive afterwards, or am i wrong.

 

 

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Macrium Reflect is free and can do a drive clone.  Sometimes, SSDs will come with a transfer tool that can clone a drive.  (Samsung has a migration tool that you can download from their web site...  I don't know about WD.)

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