if Kingston SSD was set up fine, No problem. use Windows backup (located in control panel - system & security) to create a image of the System partition (that little 100mb partition) and your "c"-drive. Stick new SSD in, and use either a windows Install disk (or the Disk you were prompted to create when image fininshed). Select repair - then repair from image.
Wam-bam-Thank-you- M%#, 10 -> 15 mins later boot to new 830.
You will then need to go into disk manager and EXPAND partition to fill the remaining space. When image was restored, it created an exact duplicate, therefor your 128 gig ended up with a 64 gig partition for windows, and the remainding area was left unpartitioned.