Question How to connect my old SSD?

Sep 7, 2019
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Hi,

I'm just off the back of a substantial PC part replacement where I had to replace pretty much everything. I have reinstalled Windows into a new SSD, but have my old SSD (which has Windows installed on it too) and would like to transfer some of the data over. How should I connect up my old SSD - via the SATA on the motherboard, or via a USB connector?

Thanks!
 

sdedu77

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Dec 9, 2018
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Connect the old SSD to the motherboard. (You can also connect it with a SATA-USB adapter if you have one, but it would be slower than sata, even on USB 3). It should show up on Explorer (if not, check Disk Management).
By default, Libraries like "Downloads", " Pictures" etc. are located at "C:/Users/your name/".
 

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