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13 Feb 2011  
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

I believe the superior Acronis free versions can image over your choice of partitions. You can change drive sizes during cloning, however I don't recall if you can select partitions.

You can check the alignment after imaging using this: SSD Alignment

What I would do is try the imaging using Acronis or your favorite program, then check alignment and see how performance pans out. We have had good reports only so far that I have seen even though it was originally thought to be inadvisable.

If you're not seeing faster instananeous performance then I would re-install windows 7 following the tips in this link (which apply) to get a purrfect install you'll never have to reinstall again thanks to backup imaging.

You can ask in our Office forum about ways to automate moving the accounts/passwords.
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