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I have a Intel 80GB SSD and just got a 240GB Seagate 600. I am too lazy to reinstall Windows right now. I tried Seagates tool to clone the SSD but it did not work. Anyone have any recommendations.
 

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Originally Posted by parsec View Post

I like Macrium Reflect for cloning. It will clone from or to a RAID volume, and even the free version has many options.
Another vote for Macrium Reflect Free (do not download from the homepage; this page is safer to download from). Here is a good tutorial on how to use Macrium Reflect.!

I personally prefer the Pro (aka paid) version but the free version will easily meet most people's needs.
 

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I gave up and did a fresh Install.
 
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