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11-21-2021 05:31 AM - edited 11-21-2021 05:34 AM
FYI managed to successfully install Windows 11 (after disabling the CPU-non-supported check using the Registry hack). Runs just fine, no issue (besides all the questionable win 11 features). I was able to keep all my apps and data.
Did that by creating a Win11 bootable USB drive. Didn't boot on the USB drive, but mounted it and executed the "setup.exe" located on the drive.
12-03-2021 01:48 PM - edited 12-03-2021 01:56 PM
Maybe you can do this because I did the same few months back with my SATA and it worked for me and it changed to NVMe but dont know if it is still working or not.
So do it with proper care and with proper research because it can damage your SATA so when i did this i also did alot of research about this and searched many websites like Pickup Factory they post alot of good stuff and alos there were many websites too in my research.
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