SSD -> my partition size has larger than actual capacity

Hi..

I've changed my laptop 750GB drive with M4Crucial SSD 512GB..
And after successfully clone and change harddrive the Problem appear as my 512SSD showing that it has 750GB capacity

Is there someting wrong with my ssd ?
how to fix my problem ?

Please help..
Thanks
-BondRonk-
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  1. Right click on the drive in explorer /properties / tools and select the error checking with auto correction. That requires a restart on the c drive, but should fix the problem.
  2. ^ that may fix the one problem, but he may have additional problems.

    Cloning is NOT recommended for moving from HDD -> SSD, migrating is OK, But re-installing windows is the most recommended method.
    Coning is a 1 ->1 direct sector-by-sector copy, INCLUDING what s stored on the drive teling the OS what size it is.

    Added info on adverse effects of cloning.
    1) what was the BIOS set to when windows was installed on the HDD, if it was IDE, then that is what is now setup on SSD ( = BAD). This can be corrected
    2) Most likely your partition is NOT correctly algined.
    3) You must enable trim cmd manually
    4) also need to disable defrag - you NEVER defrag a SSD.

    to check 1 & 2, download AS SSD. Install and run (Do NOT need to run the benchmark). Look in the upper left, will show:
    Make/model and FW
    driver. DO NOT want to see "pcide = Bad"
    Partition alginment: wnt to see "OK"

    To fix a IDE -> ahci DO not just change bios as you will NOT be able to boot to windows.
    First do this, Select either "Fix it for Me" or "let me fix it myself"
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922976
    Then reboot and change bios from IDE to AHCI

    For As SSD: http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/AS-SSD-Benchmark.shtml
  3. RetiredChief said:
    ^ that may fix the one problem, but he may have additional problems.

    Cloning is NOT recommended for moving from HDD -> SSD, migrating is OK, But re-installing windows is the most recommended method.
    Coning is a 1 ->1 direct sector-by-sector copy, INCLUDING what s stored on the drive teling the OS what size it is.

    Added info on adverse effects of cloning.
    1) what was the BIOS set to when windows was installed on the HDD, if it was IDE, then that is what is now setup on SSD ( = BAD). This can be corrected
    2) Most likely your partition is NOT correctly algined.
    3) You must enable trim cmd manually
    4) also need to disable defrag - you NEVER defrag a SSD.

    to check 1 & 2, download AS SSD. Install and run (Do NOT need to run the benchmark). Look in the upper left, will show:
    Make/model and FW
    driver. DO NOT want to see "pcide = Bad"
    Partition alginment: wnt to see "OK"

    To fix a IDE -> ahci DO not just change bios as you will NOT be able to boot to windows.
    First do this, Select either "Fix it for Me" or "let me fix it myself"
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922976
    Then reboot and change bios from IDE to AHCI

    For As SSD: http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/AS-SSD-Benchmark.shtml



    Great answer, Chief. You taught me a couple of things too.
  4. RetiredChief said:
    ^ that may fix the one problem, but he may have additional problems.

    Cloning is NOT recommended for moving from HDD -> SSD, migrating is OK, But re-installing windows is the most recommended method.
    Coning is a 1 ->1 direct sector-by-sector copy, INCLUDING what s stored on the drive teling the OS what size it is.

    Added info on adverse effects of cloning.
    1) what was the BIOS set to when windows was installed on the HDD, if it was IDE, then that is what is now setup on SSD ( = BAD). This can be corrected
    2) Most likely your partition is NOT correctly algined.
    3) You must enable trim cmd manually
    4) also need to disable defrag - you NEVER defrag a SSD.

    to check 1 & 2, download AS SSD. Install and run (Do NOT need to run the benchmark). Look in the upper left, will show:
    Make/model and FW
    driver. DO NOT want to see "pcide = Bad"
    Partition alginment: wnt to see "OK"

    To fix a IDE -> ahci DO not just change bios as you will NOT be able to boot to windows.
    First do this, Select either "Fix it for Me" or "let me fix it myself"
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922976
    Then reboot and change bios from IDE to AHCI

    For As SSD: http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/AS-SSD-Benchmark.shtml


    Hi.. Thank for reply

    my AS SSD screen not showing "pcide = Bad" and "Partition alginment"
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