Question Imminent failing mSATA SSD to mSATA SSD

Oct 14, 2019
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Hi, I have a 3yr old HP Envy 700-500na PC fitted with two hard drives, my main drive is a 3’5”, 3T Seagate & the other is a 16GB SanDisk mSATA SSD drive which since yesterday morning is in the state of imminent failure. The drive designation of the SSD is: Recovery Image: (D:)

According to the PC’s salesman, the SSD contains the software for the boot process and the standard 3T drive for everything else, therefore, how do I transfer all the files from the SSD and onto a replacement SSD.

Please explain any answers in plain English as I am far from a technical genius.

The SSD Model number is: SDSA6DM-016G-1000B)
Interface: serial ATAIII
Form Factor: mSATA.
Memory Type: MLC

Thank you, Paul
 
Oct 14, 2019
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Hi, thank you for replying to my question, it's very much appreciated.

This morning, I unplugged my SSD and then rebooted, however. I was presented with a message stating that Windows could not load due to the
missing boot files, I am now completely lost.

I am going to purchase an SSD to USB adapter and then use something like AOMEI Backupper software to try and transfer the contents of my failing SSD to a replacement SSD, just hope this works lol.
 

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