Maybe you have received that notice from Microsoft: “Home home windows 7 has showed up at its Finish-of-Existence… ” as well?
That motivated me to unwillingly upgrade my HP Elite desktop at home home windows 7 by home windows 10.
You will probably find my experience amusing.
When we’re admonished to “Please Support All of your files before proceeding.’, in addition I really just do that, employing a program like Acronis True Image, however also do take into consideration: I order an alternative Hard drive or SDD, and clone the first mass hard disk before upgrading.
Basically, I clone my Hard drive, then upgrade the cloned disk, saving the pristine original since the ultimate backup.
I’d formerly upgraded my computer in the 1Tb Hard drive (Toshiba) with a 1Tb SDD (SanDisk Plus). Using my BYTECC cloning machine, the process was easy, no problems. Went smooth as glass.
After I visited use my cloning machine to clone that 1 Tb SanDisk Plus SDD to a new 1Tb Hard drive, I obtained the error message, “Source is larger than Target.”
Unfazed, Cleaning it once a a pristine-out-of-the-box 1Tb WD drive. Got the identical error message.
Concerned that my duplicator was round the fritz, I got myself another SanDisk Plus 1Tb and placed it inside my duplicator.
Alas, got the identical error message.
Therefore I came back inside my HP Elite archives, found a formerly cloned Hard drive Win 7 disk within my P Elite from last April and effectively cloned it onto that fresh SanDisk.
The cloned disk installed and labored without any problems.
The upgrade from Win 7 to Win 10 was accomplished effectively.
My HP Elite desktop is becoming at Win 10 and all’s well while using world!
However, I have an adult type of my desktop.
Well, possibly that’s not a problem: I have had a secure storage of installed programs, in addition to our work: I take advantage of an exterior WD MyCloud hard disk in my LAN. Any missing applications, I am in a position to just re-install.
Theoretically, the ‘original’ HP Elite SDD only has copies of downloaded stuff (within the “Download file”), and zilch connected having a real consequence round the desktop or possibly in local memory.
There’s however still that niggling fear that in some manner, somewhere, there’s something with this original SDD that we could need.
What direction to go?
I have had a KingWin EZ-Connect device that connects a SATA disk to my computer’s USB port.
Possibly that enables you to take a look at then copy over files and so on that are with this original SDD Win 7 installation for the HP Elite’s current Win 10.