I don’t know where to begin, but before I transition to a clean state of Windows 10 (100% clean reformat of my main SSD) I am thinking of what I should do beforehand. I am holding off on buying a 10TB drive and I was thinking that the safest and probably fastest method to migrate over is to wait until I get that 10TB and then just move everything I have to that drive, and then do what I need to on the SSD. I don’t mind the wait, I wonder though, since I have 300 GBs of Lightroom / Photo data and I’m still wondering how I should re-sync that data on my new setup in the future. It looks like "1TB Blue WD" -> "Files Synced to ODrive (backup)"
So I guess all I need to do is keep the same path names and odrive will do its thing?
I’m worried the sync process would break something? Would the safest thing be to archive and un-sync it and re-upload everything? I don’t mind the waiting of re-uploading as I trust the upstream process more than the downstream process.
Any thoughts would be helpful. I’m not trying to rush this as I want to migrate slowly and safely.