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Sorry, forgot to mention with win 10 being accessible during the
install it may be just as easy to do a clean install of windows
and reinstall your apps. Unless you have dozens of apps it wont be
any slower than a clone and everything will be fresh.
Just copy your user folder under c::\users\your user account from
yor old drive to the new drive.
If you use a microsoft account to sign in and you have the sync
settings enabled all your settings will be set the way you had
them on the current PC.
On 7/15/2019 10:49 AM, John Doering wrote:
Can anyone recommend free software to
enable me to clone my hard drive to an external drive?
I was using Macrium Reflect but since the
last update, I get an error I cannot get past. I tried to
find a way to contact Macrium to let them know about it but
was unable to get to them.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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