Had a bit of a scare last night. As you may remember, I've changed out HD>SSD on several laptops and computers with very few problems. Last night I decided I wanted to upgrade my photobooth, which is a 24" Lenovo ThinkCentre running Win10. The Apricorn software which came with the HD dongle didn't work so I downloaded a copy of EaseUs. It got about 50% of the way thru the copy when it froze. After waiting a while, I hard booted, only to find that the boot track was now messed up. Dead PC and I'm scheduled to supply photobooth tomorrow (Saturday). Ran down to Best Buy and bought a copy of Win10 home and fortunately Windows was able to repair itself. Just thought I'd mention it as a reminder that these upgrade don't always go smoothly. Don't try them on a critical machine, 48 hours before you're suppose to use the computer.