I bought a new computer recently, however I had some problems with my components so I took my PC to a technician to get it tested out and I had to replace the motherboard as they were faulty. The technician installed Windows 7 for me and I am not sure if he put it on my HDD or SSD, and what i should do to get the best performance can anyone give me some insight?
press on start menu and type in disk management, then run "create and format hard disk partitions"
on the next screen look for a square that inside says :
"size" MB NTFS
Healthy (System, blah blah blah blah)
thats where ur windows is. to the left u can see the disc size, the SSD is probably the smaller one.
if its not there u can use norton ghost or drive copying programs to copy it over.
btw i just tested ur cpu and its broken. can i have 50 bucks to fix it?
ok a disk is not the same as a drive
below the list, the left bar shows ur discs, look for something that says the stuff i wrote above, on the right hand side within the blue/green boxes. the disk to the left of the box that has the "system" label is the disk that ur windows is installed at.