|Jan 3, 2013, 06:27 PM||#1|
Clone Windows to larger HDD quickly? (using my rMBP?)
I can do this on Mac partitions pretty quickly with SuperDuper. Takes only a few steps and its pretty damn simple.
I have an old Windows 7 laptop that I want to put a larger HDD into. Is there a quick way? Want to go from a 80gb to 320gb drive.
I have a USB 3.0 SATA enclosure and a Macbook that supports it so i would like to use that to do it quickly. I would be able to literally do it in like 10 minutes or so b
Basically i want to image the original drive and then deploy that image onto a larger drive. Can i do that without having to reinstall Windows and go thru all that crap?
|Jan 3, 2013, 06:44 PM||#2|
I have Win7 on my rMBP also if there is a windows utility that can clone drives as fast and as simple as SuperDuper for OS X. The Win7 install is pretty fresh on the other laptop, so there isn't any personal files. I just don't want to spend all night reinstalling the OS/drivers/updates, etc
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