Page 1 of 1

Need to remove boot drive on machine

PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2011 4:52 am
by inthegarden
I have 1 SSD and 1 HDD drive in my machine, each drive has a Windows 7 installation.

Machine boots to the SSD.

Need to pull the SSD out of the machine so need to push the SSD Windows 7 installation to the HDD.

Now I'm sure I'll need to put BootIt NG on the HDD but am a little unsure as to the best way to achieve the above.

Thank in advance,

ITG

Re: Need to remove boot drive on machine

PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2011 6:19 pm
by TeraByte Support
You could just install it after removing the other drive if you want. Use
the "copy" option to copy over the partitions or just use the "disk imaging"
option and do an entire drive copy from the ssd to the regular hard drive
(you don't need to reinstall if you did that).

"inthegarden" wrote in message news:265@public.bootitng...

I have 1 SSD and 1 HDD drive in my machine, each drive has a Windows 7
installation.

Machine boots to the SSD.

Need to pull the SSD out of the machine so need to push the SSD Windows 7
installation to the HDD.

Now I'm sure I'll need to put BootIt NG on the HDD but am a little unsure as
to the best way to achieve the above.

Thank in advance,

ITG