Aye, I'm tempted to just do a fresh install. I bounced this idea off of a friend last night:
Would simply removing my old HDD from my PC, running the install on my new SSD and ensuring that it was the first priority to boot from in the BIOS and then plugging my old HDD back in work? That way I could ensure my OS was on the SSD, delete the old files from my HDD and not lose any of the data on my HDD when running the fresh install?
My PC came equipped with a couple of drive-bays at the front where I can slide out the bays, screw in the new hardrive and slot it in. At the back were already cables which were plugged into the motherboard and PSU so, in answer to your question, I guess not?
OS: Windows 7 64 bit. Processor: Intel i-7 2600 RAM: 8.00gb GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6750 Motherboard: MS-7707 (Medion PC)