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Format SSD in a pc that wont boot into windows

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I have an old pc that does not boot up into windows, I want to use the SSD that's inside, it has windows 10 installed on it, for my new PC but not as the OS drive, only as storage for games. (I have a new m.2 for my new pc's OS)
How can I erase everything off the SSD installed in my old pc, ready for my new one without being able to boot into windows?
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Hi :welcome:


Why you need to delete the SSD contents?


Simply install the SSD into the new PC make sure BIOS/UEFI is set to start from the m.2 and from Windows Disk Manager delete all the partitions from the SSD and create a new one and format.

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