[Solved] How do I keep the information on my harddrive after switching the mobo Tags: Hard Drives Computer Storage Last response: January 12, 2013 1:27 PM in Storage Share lewisjones January 12, 2013 11:13:36 AM I WOULD LIKE TO MY INFORMATION IN MY COMPUTER SO WHEN I DO STUFF I DO NOT HAVE TO REPEAT MY SELF More about : solved information harddrive switching mobo zdbc13 a b G Storage January 12, 2013 12:48:58 PM It would be best to get a new hard drive or SSD, install windows there, then add your old hard drive back in and us it for data only. That way you don't lose anything, you have a fresh install, and all that extra room. ss202sl a b G Storage January 12, 2013 1:27:43 PM Back-up. You will really need to do a new install of the OS so you will end up having to re-install all you applications, and restore any data. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How do I keep the information on my harddrive after switching the mobo Forum [ Solved ] HDD keeps switching back to PIO mode Forum [ Solved ] Current mobo problems also new mobo recommendations Forum Windows 7 won\'t boot after BIOS Update! HELP! Forum Help on switching to intel. Forum PC Won't Boot after Switching GPU Forum FAQ: Switching Storage Controllers w/o Reinstalling Windows Forum HARDDRIVE SPEED PROBLEM.HELP ME NERDS Forum 1st build - Win7 boots slow on SSD after switching mobo Forum [ solved ] How the hell do i keep a HDD off? please help Forum Harddrive slowing me down? Forum Iomega External Harddrive not found Forum [ SOLVED ] Samsung 840 Pro-- very slow in new build. Why? Forum Bios won't detect my harddrive Forum New build, old harddrive Forum Fan keeps still running even after shutdown Forum Is my harddrive close to dead? Forum Best SSD Of 2013, Which is it? Forum [Solved] How close should benchmark come to advertised speeds? Forum How to remove write protection on my sandisk cruzer flash drive usb? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !