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Currently running a Corsair force 3 60BG running smooth and happy with it but its running out of space thought about purchasing another but I have 2 120GB SSD's on another system here is my question I would like to copy/image the corsair to the Kingston SSD's that are configured in RAID if I use software like trueimage or partionmagic would this be seemless?
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Acronis would be the best, as it is the only 4k aware imaging program other than winders 7 image utility.
The win7 utility will copy the drive exactly as it is, if the source volume is 4k aligned, the copy will be fine. If it isnt though, windows wont fix it. Then you would need acronis.

but as long as your source SSD is aligned, win7 image will do fine.
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Rep added thank you. Will work on it tonight and post back the results
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Originally Posted by Computurd View Post
Acronis would be the best, as it is the only 4k aware imaging program other than winders 7 image utility.
The win7 utility will copy the drive exactly as it is, if the source volume is 4k aligned, the copy will be fine. If it isnt though, windows wont fix it. Then you would need acronis.

but as long as your source SSD is aligned, win7 image will do fine.
Yep that's what I was going to say.

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Rep added thank you. Will work on it tonight and post back the results
You can also check this out to learn some info:
http://www.overclock.net/ssd/1156654...l#post15521879
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