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    Smile Cloneing Hard Drive

    I have brought a new and bigger hard drive for my PC and am wanting to transfer Windows 7 and all my applications and files from one hard drive to the other. Any suggestions for the best way to do this?

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    Default Re: Cloneing Hard Drive

    Active@ but it's not free.

    Any clone tool will do.
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    Default Re: Cloneing Hard Drive

    If you can pop both of your HDD's into another PC as a secondary, then SelfImage works a treat!
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    Default Re: Cloneing Hard Drive

    X2 for Active@ disk Image-- From memory the limited trial does all ow you to clone a drive http://www.disk-image.net/download.htm Personally I use the bootable CD.

    There are many others about ( some free) , but a lot also fail when cloning Windows 7.

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