My laptop has started to BSOD, and apparently has 4 kb of bad sectors but it still could be driver problem since WhoCrashed told me that I had to upgrade Intel graphics but Inte's update utility did not locate my graphics. CHKDSK C: /r won't fix the bad sectors no matter how times I run it. So I assumed it is physical damage.
I plan on building a custom built computer with new SSD and new everything (GPU, motherboard, CPU, RAM, Monitor, etc).
I will probably take out the HDD from laptop and run it in the new computer along with the SSD. From there I will use the disk provided by Crucial's SSD called Acronix True Image to clone the HDD to SSD. (297 GB in HDD; 500 GB SSD)
Will I experience any problems doing all of this?
Do I have to uninstall before installing the new drivers? Or could I just leave it there?
I had someone in my local computer shop activate Windows about a year ago, so I don't have the disc or product key, but I checked and apparently my laptop's window is genuine.
this is unrelated but I also want to ask-- I heard some countries don't supply enough watts for PSU. I haven't checked my country's watts but my PSU is 650 W. Will I be fine? Also.. I'm not sure how to read the PSU switch.
Is "O" on and "-" off?
Edited by araragi, 18 May 2016 - 04:05 AM.