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In this video, we will show you [How to install an SSD
and recover Hard Drive image files to the SSD on MSI Notebooks]
The model we are using today is the MSI GE70 Apache Pro
which is a 17 inches gaming notebook
To create the recovery Media from the pre-installed system, use the MSI BurnRecovery tool.
MSI BurnRecovery is used to back up the recovery image files on different media.
New feature allow you to select the destination disks to which you can restore the system files and the hidden partition.
Make sure your MSI BurnRecovery tool version is newer than 4.0.1408.201
to be able to choose the destination disk of the recovery files.
With older versions, you need to update first.
Check the version number of MSI BurnRecovery in Control Panel, Programs and Features.
Please note that the update package does NOT support certain scenarios.
Do NOT use the update package on these platforms.
(1) MSI GE40 series with IFFS partitions.
(2) Old versions of MSI BurnRecovery.
This package only supports the version later than 4.0.1309.301.
(3)The upgrade process will NOT work on Windows 7 system.
Let’s start the update process with MSI BurnRecovery.
1. Download the MSI BurnRecovery update file from MSI website.
2. Extract the zip file.
3. Access the folder.
4. Double Click executable file [upgrade.exe]
5. Click [yes] to continue the process.
The upgrade will be completed shortly.
You’ll see on-screen messages saying [Upgrade finish]
and [press any key to continue] when the upgrade is complete.
After finishing the update process,
find your MSI BurnRecovery tool on your desktop.
Double click the icon to run the tool.
In case you can’t find the icon on your desktop,
opens the Charms menu of Windows 8.1 by swiping the right side of the screen.
Choose [Search] and type [BurnRecovery].
Click on the search result of Burn Recovery to run the tool.
If your notebook lacks of an optical drive,
choose to create the Recovery ISO image file or a Recovery USB flash disk.
You can create a recovery disk later by using an external optical drive or on other notebooks.
In this video, we use the USB flash driver to create the recovery files.
Select [Next] to continue and follow the instructions to complete the process.
We suggest you use a USB drive with no more than 32GB of storage format with FAT32.
You should note that the data on this USB flash drive will be wiped out during the process,
so don’t forget to backup all your data before making a Recovery USB flash drive.
Disassembly of the case.
MSI suggests preparing suitable tools for disassembly of the case
such as a screw driver,
insulating rod,
ESD gloves
and Anti-Static Clothing
Make sure to use the proper technique on performing any work inside a notebook.
If you’re not familiar with MSI notebooks,
we suggest you contact the local service center and let our professional technicians help you with the upgrade.
Please note all damages are your own responsibility and will void your system’s warranty.
While removing the back cover, you will break the warranty sticker.
Warranty policy is different by country, so we suggest you contact with your local service center
and confirm the warranty policy before the upgrade.
To remove the Battery,
Move the [Unlock] slider and hold the [Release] slider to remove the battery pack.
Next, remove all five screws securing the back cover.
Each MSI model is different,
take care when removing the back cover to avoid any damage.
Adding a SSD.
Prepare a compatible SSD for your upgrade.
Some models need an mSATA to SATA adapter to enable assembly.
If you’re unsure about the compatibility of your upgrade SSD,
please ask your local service center or find the detail information on the MSI website’s FAQ section.
The GE70 Apache Pro has two on board mSATA slots for this upgrade.
Simply remove the screws and install the SSD.
Put in SSD at an ankle, slot it in, push it down and use the screw to secure it.
Repeat the steps for the other SSD.
Assembly of the case
Plug the back cover back on and lock up all screws.
Plug the battery pack back in.
With two new installed SSDs, we’ll have to set up the new RAID volume.
Press [Delete] to enter the BIOS menu when the MSI logo shows up during the system start up.
In the Advance tab, select [SATA Mode Selection] and change from [AHCI] to [RAID].
Change [Boot mode] from [UEFI] to [Legacy].
Press [F10] to save your configuration and reset the system after modifying your BIOS settings.
Press [CTRL-I] to enter the setup utility when you see the Intel Rapid Storage Technology prompt.
Select [1. Create RAID Volume] to combine your SSD into RAID volume.
Press enter to [Create Volume].
MSI recommends the [Strip Size] of 128KB for most notebooks
but there are certain exceptions that work best with 64KB strip size,
please see our FAQ on suggested strip size for your model.
Press [Y] to confirm again.
Select [Exit] and press Enter.
Press [Y] to exit.
Now, your RAID volume has been created.
Reboot your system and enter the BIOS menu again.
Under the boot tab,
change the [Boot mode] back to [UEFI] and Press [F10] to save configuration and reboot the system.
The Last step – Recover the system.
1. Insert the USB flash drive prepared earlier.
2. Reboot the system.
3. Press the [F11] hotkey on the keyboard while the computer is re-booting.
4. Choose [DVD Recovery disk] or [USB flash drive] from the device list and press [Enter] to confirm.
Follow the on-screen instructions continue the recover process.
5. You’ll see the main page of the Recovery System appear.
6. Select [Hard Disk Recovery] to restore the hard drive to the manufactory default settings.
Select [System Partition Recovery] to reset the hard drive partition where the operating system installed to manufactory default settings.
7. AC power is required for the system recovery.
Make sure your system is plugged into the wall before moving forward to the next step.
8. The system recovery process will format the hard drive.
Make sure you’ve backed up all your personal data before continuing the process.
9. If the notebook is equipped with two or more hard drives,
the Windows and the recovery partitions can be restored to a single hard drive, or separate hard drives.
The new MSI BurnRecovery tool allows you to put the operating system on the SSD
and the hidden partition on the mechanical hard drive.
This will save you valuable SSD storage space.
Let’s review the recovery steps.
1. Create Recovery CD
Update MSI BurnRecovery tool to the latest version.
Create System Recovery media.
2. Installation of the SSD
Disassemble the case
Install the SSD
Assemble the case
Create RAID volume
3. Recover the system on to the new installed SSD and put the hidden partition on the original hard drive.
If you have any question, please don’t hesitate to contact the MSI customer service team.
You’ll find all the help you need from our official website http://www.msi.com/.
We hope you find this tutorial helpful.
Thanks for watching, have a nice day.


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