Performance :: Fast Startup Not Working

Jan 8, 2016

I'v got a problem. I had 1TB HDD and fast startup was working for me, but when I move my system to a 120GB SSD, I cannot enable it. I'v got Win 10 PRO x64 and laptop MSI GE72-2qf

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