Printer profile saved and moved to new OS?
Howard Moftich wrote:
no, no need to reprofile.
why dont you just buy a SATA dock and transfer the disk image to the SSDs instead of going through the hassle of reisntalling from scratch?
Thanks for the reply
I am transferring everything i can to an external HDD for back-up. I keep very little on my main OS drive and everything else on three other internal HDD's. OS and a couple editing programs i keep on the main.
So in short, the reinstallation process for me is not really a big deal. half an evening maybe at the most. Ive done it a number of times in the past, ive just never considered the printer profiles. Ive also read and heard its best to just start from scratch with a fresh install instead of migrating everything when it comes to ssd's.
I keep so little on the main drive that my boot time is 40-45 from power-on using a mechanical drive in WIN 7. Needless to say im very excited for the new ssd's coming. Im going to setup RAID 0 with them.
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