How to Clone Windows 10 from SATA SSD to New NVMe SSD

I am going to clone my Windows 10 and other data from my SATA SSD to a new NVMe SSD and boot from the new NVMe SSD. Do you know how to do it? I've never done this, and I need some suggestions about how to quickly migrate OS to M.2 SSD. Any idea I'd love to hear. 

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Larissa· Answered on Feb 27, 2023

Cloning Windows 10 OS from SATA SSD to New NVMe SSD isn't a difficult task if you use suitable disk cloning software. It is the same as normal disk cloning, and the process of moving Windows 10 OS from SATA SSD to NVMe SSD includes the following main steps:

Step 1. Back up all data on the SATA SSD.

It is suggested to back up with backup software, like EaseUS Todo Backup, which will help to restore the data back if something wrong happens. And it is best to save the backup on another safe disk with enough storage space.

Step 2. Download and install disk cloning software.

EaseUS Disk Copy is highly recommended because of its ease of use and reliable cloning performance. It will ensure a safe SATA SSD to NVMe SSD cloning without any data loss. 

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Step 3. Perform SSD to SSD cloning.

  • Connect the new NVMe SSD to your computer, or install it if there is another SSD slot.
  • Launch EaseUS Disk Copy, and select "Disk Mode".
  • Choose the SATA SSD as the source disk, and select the NVMe SSD as the target disk.
  • Check the layout and click "Proceed" to start cloning, and wait for the process to finish.

Step 4. Boot from the cloned NVMe SSD in BIOS settings.

You can also watch this video for dynamic steps:

Related Article: How to Clone Windows OS from HDD/SSD to M.2 SSD

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