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I just bought a Crucial SSD drive to replace an older hard drive. The hard drive is data only, no OS or programs. I want to clone the old hard drive to the SSD, give the old hard drive a different volume letter (e.g., X), and then give the SSD the same drive letter as the old hard drive had.
Here's my question: The old hard drive is linked to DropBox. Will any of this make DropBox think I'm deleting all the files currently linked? Do I need to do something else to protect the DropBox backup?
Thu, 01/12/2023 - 22:06
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