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Old January 14, 2012, 10:55 PM
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this makes sense. Though all I'm doing a reinstallation on the same system, their is some reason why microsoft is doing this whole "thing in the bios" to ......I don't know its all so over my head. Yes, all I want to do is either reinstall which of course is always better to start fresh, or mirror the hdd to my new ssd. My intentions with all this is of course legal and all that, just the way I have to do everything like jd said is not legal. If I were to mirror the hdd, It sound's like all I need to do is plug both the old drive and the ssd into a desktop and run one of those mirror programs right? would that bypass the whole finding the registry file or what ever it is?
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