The first step is going to plugging your drive into the PC, we’ve popped a quick video at the bottom of this blog from GGPC Instagram showing where the cables usually are for this 🙂
Once you’ve plugged your new SSD or HDD you’ll need to activate the drive and assign it a name or letter.
The good news is, it’s super easy to do!
With the new storage now installed, turn the PC on and let it boot into windows as normal. The new drive won’t be usable until we activate it.
This will make the ‘create and format hard disk partitions’ tool pop up.
The default number that appears here automatically is the max storage available (yep, 500GB becomes 476B when formatted..) so just go with what pops up and click next.
The same process can be used for all types of storage, HDD and regular SSD too.