My OCZ Vertex 3 SSD is dying, and I just got a Kingston HyperX to replace it.
Windows 7 is installed on the 128GB Vertex SSD, and I have a 1.5TB disk for games and media. The SSD only has the OS, MS Office, and Visual Studio.
I just need to migrate the contents of the old SSD to the new SSD. When creating a system image, I do not have the option to only select the C: drive (the SSD); the D: drive (1.5TB) is also included. I guess because many programs are installed in the D: drive, Windows think it's also necessary to include it as part of the image?
My original plan was to just create an image of C: and put it into the D: drive, then boot from DVD and restore the image to the new Kingston HyperX SSD. But now I'm at loss.