Windows 10: Cloning a windows 10 drive tools ? Solved

  1.    31 May 2018 #1

    Cloning a windows 10 drive tools ?

    Hi , I have a laptop with a 1 TB SSHD drive that i want replaced with a 2TB SSHD drive .

    I have already bought the drive and a Drive Cady to replace the dvd rom for the migration / cloning to take place .

    Now next step seems vague to me , I am used to WD Datalifeguard doing the job but it only works with WD drives and then those drives are both Segate Cuda , plus there are usually 3 hidden partitions that need to be migrated / cloned too , so any suggestions ?
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  2.    31 May 2018 #2

    ok found this , thanks for looking though
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