Migrating a standard hard drive to solid state drive (SSD). Lets face it, standar hard drives are very slow and has higher failure rate. Mechanical components inside standard hard drives tend to malfunction more often.
You are probably reading this because you want to migrate your hard drive to a solid state drive; good for you. Many end users wish the same...moving forward hard drive to solid state drive. The problem of course is how or who?
Migrating from mechanical hard drive to solid state drive is undoubtedly the best solution. It is not an easy solution of course...but no worries our experts at Laptop Laboratory can migrate your hard drive to solid state drive.
How exactly are you planning to migrate your computer to use a solid state drive?
There are two options for a hard drive to solid state drive.
1. Perform a clean install of your operating system on a newly installed solid state drive, ensure that all drivers and utilities are deployed for the computer to be functional as intended -meaning all special features of the computer must be working.
2. Perform a cloning procedure sector by sector from the mechanical hard drive to the solid state drive. In this process you need some skills in hard drive cloning methods. Your goal is to preserve all data files and application currently installed on the computer.
Either of this process are not easy. It is often challenging performing a clean install on any computer but with some basic knowledge you might be able to accomplish this, we have seen users with new computers where they have performed a Windows clean install on their own with the most basic drivers in place. Of course if you want all the special functions and features to be functional then, let an expert do the work for you. Now if you want an exact migration whitout losing any data settings; then definitely let the experts do it for your as this process requires knowledge in hard drive cloning.