Only a mistake if the mobo supports UEFI. If not...it will go right to MBR and nothing to worry about.BTW did I make a major mistake, by setting the new SSD as MBR and not GPT?
Yes....you can but why would you. Since you cloned the drive, which means you used some sort of software for that either from Acronis or Macrium. So just make system images and use that as a recovery media.Back to my questions: Is there a way to create a recovery drive
Hi Alex,After a clean install, all drivers installed OS updated.....create the image and there's your recovery drive/image for a new start. Then make weekly, bi-weekly or monthly images for when the crazy stuff happens. Then just pull one of those images to recover from.
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