… insert an m.2 nvme SSD with a Linux OS already installed on it on a brand new computer build?
If you didn’t see my other post about the issues of my first computer build here’s the short version of the backstory.
I recently built a PC with an Asus Pro art motherboard. I began having issues with the dimm slots and I narrowed it down to it being a problem with the motherboard after testing all the memory and the memory is okay. I’m going to end up having to send the pro art board back to Asus as it’s obviously past the return window for the retailer.
I had a Gigabyte Vision DP overnighted from Amazon and I’m into my second build so to speak. Or at least a half a build where I’m transferring everything over to a new motherboard.
However I got these M.2 nvme ssds that already have operating systems installed from the pro art build and I’d like to know if it is ill-advised to insert those with an OS on them or if I should put a new SSD that is empty and unformatted when I boot the new motherboard for the first time?