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  1. I ran the driver booster to try to speed up the system and got this, i can't do anything about it. What should i do? Nothing is working...
  2. yes, i used it,and it worked perfectly. i am now writing this from the cloned system on my new NVMe! it's smooth it is very good! the only thing is that the speed is not as expected, but that is probably due to the machine which is old... or? do you think something could be done about the speed? i already installed the newest Samsung NVMe Driver 3.1. And i also ordered a heatsink from AliExpress because i don't think any other would fit and it's copper so that's good. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Copper-Heatsink-Cooler-Heat-sink-Thermal-Conductive-Adhesive-For-M-2-NGFF-2280-PCI-E-NVME/32945025573.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.3da24c4d8LsXN4 The only thing is that i don't know if i should use it with the provided thermal conductive adhesive, or with a paste... i think maybe the paste is better. The NVMe is getting far too hot unfortunately (during the test up to 78°C)
  3. on NVMe i installed and successfully ran fresh windows10, but then realized that i don't want to go through all the tedious intallations and settings tweaking... so i decided to rather clone the old sata ssd (in perfect state) to the new NVMe. now, my old ssd was MBR so i can't use it with UEFI. So what i did is, i disabled the uefi through the advanced startup option because i couldn't reach the BIOS at the boot-up with F2 key for some reason being totally ignored, then i removed the NVMe and the old sata ssd booted normally. Then i ran C:\>mbr2gpt /convert /disk:0 /allowfullos to convert my old sata ssd from MBR to GPT, with success. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/mbr-to-gpt. now i am planing to change back to UEFI and boot-up the new GPT ssd and clone it to the NVMe. Is there any good cloning software that you could suggest? there is the samsung data migration, but i don't know if it is any good..
  4. OMG! It's working like a charm! Man, you are genius!! One thing though. Now that it is all set up, i can not seem to boot the system from my old sata ssd any more. I just get a black screen and a white line blinking, like in dos. What to do?
  5. Wow, thanks man! I'll do it asap and be right back hi klem,heres the link https://mega.nz/#!hFwiQQxD!m-Q2VAAHTFODtAH5SObLz8bnmDhr_3ny41PYBywGUDs tnx
  6. Hey guys, I am Grga and i am new here. I rarely use forums but i am desperate in this case. So, as i have seen many of you have had the issue with obsolete BIOS versions for clevo P7xxZM machines, So i would like to hear your experiences and how you went about it. I have recently bought an ssd Samsung 970 PRO NVMe M.2. From which i would like to boot the windows10. Little did i know that there was no support for that kind of protocol in the BIOS or that there is such thing as UEFI (for which i am still not sure what that is exactly, except some kind of successor of BIOS). So i did a bit of research and updated my Bios and ec to 1.03.15 and 1.03.09 respectively for which i understand is the last available official release. I changed to uefi mode with secure boot disabled etc... in short i did everything that my (limited) knowledge about these things allowed me to do (and the sweat of excitement and fear when i was flashing the bios for the first time in my life). But, alas, it all yielded no success, and now i am lost. I have really no idea what to do, and whom to ask for help except for you guys here. The only thing that i understand worked for some of you is when you mentioned a wizard named @Prema so therefore i will try to do the same....
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