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    Storage #1Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250GB x2 -=-=- LITEONIT LCS-256M6S
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    Awesome where can I get one?

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    Original SM951 256GB vs PM961 1TB vs EVO 850 500GB Sata
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    Quote Originally Posted by IWILZ View Post
    Hi all.
    I'm not a SSD guru and my english is not good, but i would share my experience just hoping that could be useful for someone.
    I've bought a G752VT-GC173T equipped with a Samsung PM951/128GB (MZVLV128HCGR) as O.S. disk and a Hitachi HTS721010A9E630/1TB as second data disk.

    Since the G752VT has a second empty M.2 slot, my purpose was to install a bigger SSD (for the S.O.) using the original 128GB disk as an additional data disk.
    So i asked to italian Asus technical support for compatibility and i bought a Samsung SM951 256GB (MZVPV256HDGL-00000)

    This is what i done:
    1. installed the new SSD into the empty slot
    2. started the BIOS (F2 + POWER ON) to check that the new SSD was seen by the BIOS --> OK
    3. checked that the new disk was seen by "device manager" --> OK
    4. using "disk manager" i initialized the new disk as GPT
    5. format it as "simple volume/NTFS"

    At this point the new SSD was ready for some little test and it worked fine reading and writing some directories and files

    1. Now i was ready to "clone" the system disk on the new one, but unfortunately both "Samsung Data Migration Software" and "Samsung Magician" programs are incompatible with the new SSD disk so i decided to use "AOMEI Backupper Pro - Portable".
    2. The original PM951 has 3 partitions and this program allows to trim the partitions size on the new (bigger) disk to maximize the O.S. partition maintaining the size of the others 2.
    3. by the BIOS i set the new SSD as boot disk

    At this point the system starts good from the new disk without any visible or troubling problems

    After some hours i noticed an error ID 158 (disk identifiers duplicate) between the system events and i'm pretty sure that is because i "cloned" the original disk.
    So i decided to remove the original disk for a few days and set it aside as a precaution.

    When i will sure that the new system disk works perfectly, i will insert it into the PC and format it as a second data disk.

    BTW this is a speed test of the new disk (Samsung SM951/256G)
    Attachment 62380

    ...and this is the original one (Samsung PM951/128GB)
    Attachment 62381
    Hi guys,
    I'm an happy owner of a VT752 with the original disk configuration as IWiz : Having the same problem - full OS disk_ i mounted a second SSD (Western Digital 500GB) ; everithing worked fine , installation, clonation, etc.. now comes the point (At the moment I have both SSD installed): How to change safely boot options ? I read about "disable Secure Boot": Is this necessary ? A step by step procedure would help. thank you in advance fpr your attention. Cheers

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    ROG Guru: Gold Belt Array Clintlgm PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)Asus G752VY DH72
    MotherboardAsus Z97 Pro WiFi and /Z97 Pro A
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    Storage #21 TB Samsun 850 Pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlberVita View Post
    Hi guys,
    I'm an happy owner of a VT752 with the original disk configuration as IWiz : Having the same problem - full OS disk_ i mounted a second SSD (Western Digital 500GB) ; everithing worked fine , installation, clonation, etc.. now comes the point (At the moment I have both SSD installed): How to change safely boot options ? I read about "disable Secure Boot": Is this necessary ? A step by step procedure would help. thank you in advance fpr your attention. Cheers
    Turning off Secure boot would not do anything good for you. shut down, remove the old SSD, close up your notebook, boot up spamming the Esc key, this will bring up one time boot menu. Select your new SSD, it should boot into Windows and become the default boot manager device to boot too. Problem solved.
    G752VY-DH72 Win 10 Pro
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    1 TB Samsung 850 pro 2.5 format
    980m GTX 4 GB
    32GB DDR 4 Standard RAM

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