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Disc Imaging advice required

Discussion in 'General Software' started by Broom2455, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. Broom2455

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    Hi all,
    Advice needed, I have now got 2 SATA drives one 80Gb and one 250Gb. I want to transfer from an 80Gb IDE drive the win7 64Bit operating system, and from a 320Gb IDE drive all my program files, music,photos etc.

    The WIN7 64bit would go on the 80Gb sata and the program files etc onto the 250Gb sata drive.

    Having read online about problems with Win7 64 bit and imaging programs, I am seeking everyones advice please.
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  2. WhiteLotus

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    Then i think you would need Acronis disk imager. Or something like that anyway, i forget the exact name of the software.
     
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    acronis true image home seems to crop up a lot
     
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    For copying images i use the good ole Maxblast 5. havnt had any problems out of it
     
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    That's the one
     
  6. Broom2455

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    Ok thanks all, going to try acronis true image this weekend :)
     
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