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  Reply # 1932528 9-Jan-2018 08:46
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I have down what the OP as asking many times using Macrium going from 2Tb WD Black drives to a 240GB Kingston SSD without any problems. Organising the partitions in the software can be tricky sometimes but I've never had a problem.

 

 

 

Just make sure you update ur startup disk in the BIOS if you are leaving your old drive connected. 




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  Reply # 1932576 9-Jan-2018 09:48
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Thanks for the reassurance. This was just a straight disk swap. The SSD seems to be working fine.

 

 





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