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Well, last time I needed to do the job, I didn't use anything
special. All I did was use image for windows. I had enough room
to back the drive up to one of my other drives, then restore it
onto the new drive after resizing partitions and all to make the
the old hdd fit onto my new smaller ssd. This is not exactly a
project for the uninitiated, but I made it work twice on different
On 7/16/2019 14:11, Randy Barnett
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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