Originally Posted by Fish
No you don't. As far as the computer operation is concerned, the SSD functions in exactly the same way as the platter drive did, just faster. It's completely unnecessary to do a fresh install when replacing a platter drive with a SSD. Clone the old drive directly to the SSD and boot it up.
I tried 4 different programs and I never got one to work right but it could be me because I am a Raiderfan and we don't have much computer time in between pressing license plates.