How to setup SSD and HDD combo

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If you're inquiring about a way to setup SSD and HDD as a system disk for your computer, We introduce two practical ways, the first one is to change the system disk by migrating the operating system to an SSD or HDD, Meanwhile, the second way is to direct installation of the operating system on a new SSD or HDD and change the system disk, Follow this article to get started with changing your system disk and setup SSD and HDD.

Back up your system and data and setup SSD and HDD combo

How to setup SSD and HDD combo


Below are some tips to follow to prepare your new disk, and setup SSD and HDD:

1.    Back up Windows and important data first

To avoid unexpected file loss while changing setup SSD and HDD.

It is recommended to backup your current system of Windows and necessary files on the computer first.

2.    Setup your new disk - SSD or HDD

For a new disk, whether it's an SSD or HDD: Install the new disk on your computer properly using the Power and SATA connections.

How do I do setup SSD and HDD:

How do I do setup SSD and HDD:

  

1.    Run Ease US Partition Master, then choose "Migrate OS" from the main menu.

2.    Choose SSD or HDD as the destination disk and press "Next".

Warning: The partitions and data on the target disk will be deleted. Be sure to back them up.

3.    Press "Migrate" to complete.

4.    View the layout of your target disk. You can also click on the disk layout options to customize the disk format as you like.

5.    Press "Proceed".

Changing the system disk to an SSD or HDD

Changing the system disk to an SSD or HDD


It works on: Changing the system disk, moving the operating system to a new SSD or HDD, and switching the Windows system to a new disk.

This straightforward method enables users to directly change their operating system disk, without reinstalling Windows 10/8/7...etc.

All you need is professional partition management software that enables you to freely migrate.

Direct installation of the operating system on a new SSD or HDD

Works to: Change the boot disk by the direct installation of Windows to a new SSD or HDD, or install Windows to a secondary disk.

Those people who do not like to use their current operating system can try this method of direct installation of Windows on their new SSD or HDD.

This method also works for setup SSD and HDD as the new system disk in Windows and can be a bit trickier.

How do I do it:

·         Create a copy of Windows ready to be installed on a USB disk.

·         Boot the computer from the USB disk with the operating system.

·         Select Preferences before you start installing Windows on the new disk.

·         Install Windows on the new SSD.

·         Select the SSD or HDD as the boot disk.

·         Reconnect the previous system disk and select it as a data disk.

·         Activate Windows with a product key.

Conclusion

This page covers two practical and effective ways to help you change the system disk by migrating the operating system or direct installation and setup.

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