Thanks for getting back to me.
Drive 0, in any computer, is the drive that contains the operating system. If you make an identical copy of your current Drive 0 to your SSD and replace the current drive with it, the SSD will then become Drive 0.
I've used Acronis True Image for years: http://www.acronis.com/en-us/personal/computer-backup/
to create identical copies (images) of hard drives. It has a free trial.
The way it works is like this:
You install True Image to your current boot drive. Launch the program and create a backup. In your situation you could store it on
the second installed drive in your PC (if you have the space) The image file is approximately 60% the size of the used space on the drive
you are making a copy of.
In the Utilities section of True Image you create a bootable copy (Rescue Media) of the program on either a blank CD or a flash drive.
You would then replace your current drive with the SSD, boot from the Rescue Media and restore the backup image that is stored
on your second drive to the SSD.
True Image is also on sale for $29 which is a lifetime license, no annual subscriptions.
I use it to make a backup image of my hard drive, stored to an external hard drive, once a week.
After it makes a third copy, I've set it to delete the oldest image such that I always have two current full images....just in case.
Give it a try.