- 64 months ago
building my first PC and I had both an SSD and regular HD connected in comp. When I loaded the windows disk in it only recognized the HD when choosing where to install. I just went ahead with the install anyway at that point because there wasn't a cancel option.
What is the best way to go about getting windows on the SSD. I know there is software to transfer it but that seems like stuff could go wrong with that.
Could I just unplug the HD and boot up with just the SSD connected and install windows again on that? Then reconnect the HD and reformat it so its blank again.
Would any issue arise from doing it this way? Thanks.