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Hello, can anyone explain the right process to move operating system to an SSD?

Some third-party migration software does work! Here I recommend free software AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard. It can move your Windows 10 to the new SSD easily and safely. You can boot from the SSD by changing the order in BIOS.Check the detailed guide following:

Is it possible to change the language on Kenwood MDV727DT from Japanese to English?

Yes...easiest way is to go to google and under the more tab find translate....the type the word "language" in English and then convert to Japanese...then you can see how the word should look on the menu screen of the device in question assigned for language change.once you click on that it will give options for English.
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How do I change hdd/ssd password?

So you bought a second-hand SSD drive (or a computer with an SSD) and it's password protected?
There's no way to remove this password. Period. Your only option is to ask the person who sold you the SSD.

How to upgrade hdd to sdd

you cannot change or upgrade your HD to SSD. SSD is a technology in which storage medium is not a disk but a Memory chip just like USb flash drive.
However you can exchange your driver with SSD

Macbook Air 13.3" Not recognizing internal ssd

I use an external drive to boot from with Techtools 7 installed. I would test permissions, and then file integrity and see what it finds.

If the OS is corrupt it will prevent bootup. It could also be a failing SSD. First try Holding down "D" immediately after the dong sound and the Apple hardware test will start. Use the arrow key to choose your language.

Follow the instructions and when it is done it will show an error code if there is a problem. Post that code and I can give you more info on the problem. Chris

C654 ssd reset

Many users have installed Windows 10/8/7 on a solid state drive (SSD) to get better read/write speed and boot speed. You may want to reset SSD to factory settings and start it over when your SSD is running slow or when you just want to dump it.
As you know, like USB flash drives, SSDs have a limited number of times that you can write data to. Therefore, you cannot reset SSD to factory default using the way of wiping hard disk drives (HDDs). How can you remove all data without hurting the SSD? You can perform a SSD Secure Erase.

An SSD is most likely your boot drive, so here we will show you how to erase SSD without loading Windows 10/8/7. You need to prepare a writable USB flash drive or CD/DVD to create a bootable disk. 2GB of space is enough.
1. Download and install AOMEI Partition Assistant. Connect a USB drive or CD to your computer.
2. In the main interface, click Make Bootable Media from the left panel and follow the wizard to create a bootable media.

3. Reboot your computer. At startup, press a specific key (F2 or Delete) repeatedly to enter BIOS and then change first boot order to the bootable disk you just created.
4. Then it will load AOMEI Partition Assistant. Click SSD Secure Erase and click Next.
5. Select the SSD that you want to reset to factory settings and click Next.
6. Confirm the SSD identification information just in case of deleting the wrong SSD. Click Next to continue.
7. In the next window, you will probably see the SSD is in Frozen state and it cannot be unlocked. Then you should perform a hot swap for this SSD just as instructed.

8. After reconnecting the SSD, click OK to start the Secure Erase for your SSD.
n seconds or probably milliseconds, you will see the SSD is a block of unallocated space and then you have successfully reset SSD to factory settings. Before you install Windows, you can use this freeware to partition the SSD and format SSD as you like.

I have a vaio nw150j with bad hard drive. What are the steps for ssd and new os install?

If you bought the same drive I don't see why you'd have to do anything to the Bios.


If you cannot change boot order, remove ssd and set boot order to hd then replace ssd

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at


Cannot install whs on ssd using flash drive

I would suggest cloning the OS install.
Install the OS on the 80GB SSD with the Foxconn board that is giving you troubles with the 40GB SSD. Then clone the drives and swap SSDs.
WHS 2011 probably will throw up a flag stating that it needs to be reactivated because of hardware changes, but it should go smoothly.
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