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Windows 7 image tools keeps alignment for sure, I used it many times.

You mean the tool thats in the Backup and Restore in Control Panel? How would i make the image and then put it on the new SSD?
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

Windows 7 image tools keeps alignment for sure, I used it many times.

You mean the tool thats in the Backup and Restore in Control Panel? How would i make the image and then put it on the new SSD?

make the system image.
shut down.
swap out drives
boot off repair disc
run image restore to new SSD.
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make the system image.
shut down.
swap out drives
boot off repair disc
run image restore to new SSD.

Many thank Sean. I'd Rep you, but it looks like OCN took it away. tongue.gif
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post #24 of 24
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Err... no it isn't.
It's a free alternative (and it works better), but that's it. No sourcecode included.
http://www.todo-backup.com/products/home/free-backup-software.htm

yes you are correct i dont know why i put open source!

And double yes Easus is ten times better and easier!
Easus makes my life super simple at home and use it to back up both my wife's laptop and my desktop.

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