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Is it possible to add volume to SSD?


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Other than that, is there any way to add volume to the driveSSD or not?

 

Yes. You can create a RAID-0 array for example, but it requires at least two disks / SSD and formatting.

If it's a drive , You might need an expansion card like this:

https://www.newegg.com/asus-model-hyper-m-2-x16-card-v2-pci-express-to-4-x-m-2/p/N82E16815293043?Description=nvme RAID&cm_re=nvme_RAID-_-15-293-043-_-Product&quicklink=true

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Yes. You can create a RAID-0 array for example, but it requires at least two disks / SSD and formatting.

If it's a drive NVMe, You might need an expansion card like this:

https://www.newegg.com/asus-model-hyper-m-2-x16-card-v2-pci-express-to-4-x-m-2/p/N82E16815293043?Description=nvme RAID&cm_re=nvme_RAID-_-15-293-043-_-Product&quicklink=true

 

He just has a drive right now One and standard hard.

Doesn't he have the same model? If he buys Normal of another company wouldn't it work with RAID to expand?

 

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He just has a drive right now NVMe One and standard hard.

Doesn't he have the same model? If he buys SSD Normal of another company wouldn't it work with RAID to expand?

 

The same size and model is highly desirable. But there are times when they don't have to. At least I've read about such cases that allow different disks to be used at different volumes. Only RAID0 of course.

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And you want to copy the operating system and reinstall it on the new drive?

Should you try the Symbolic Link again or already buy again?

 

A rigid pair will not help him because they are both slow and need to have the system installed there.

 

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