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Clonezilla to Clone HDD to SSD in Windows -Workaround

Clonezilla to Clone HDD to SSD in Windows -Workaround

Clonezilla to Clone HDD to SSD in Windows -Workaround


It is possible to use Clonezilla to clone a hard disk drive (HDD) to a solid-state drive (SSD) in Windows, but it may require some additional steps. Here is one potential workaround:

Boot your computer from a Clonezilla Live CD or USB drive.

In the Clonezilla Live interface, select the "Expert mode" option.

Follow the prompts to choose the source and destination drives for the cloning process. Be sure to select the correct drives, as the cloning process will overwrite any data on the destination drive.

When prompted, select the "Beginner" mode for the cloning operation.

Follow the prompts to complete the cloning process. This may take some time depending on the size of the drives and the amount of data to be copied.

Once the cloning process is complete, shut down your computer and remove the Clonezilla Live CD or USB drive.

Install the SSD in your computer in place of the old HDD, making sure to connect it to the same data and power cables as the old drive.

Boot your computer from the SSD. You should now be able to use it as a replacement for the old HDD, with all of your data and operating system intact.

Note: This is just one potential workaround for using Clonezilla to clone an HDD to an SSD in Windows. There may be other methods or steps that you need to take, depending on your specific hardware and software configuration. It is always a good idea to back up your important data before attempting any cloning or data transfer operations.

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