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Acronis all the way for me. I had a friend with a hard disk that was failing. I imaged the c drive to the D drive
and told it to ignore the errors. Evidently they were not in an important area. I put in a new blank Drive in the
C drive slot. booted the acronis boot disk and restore to the new C drive.
Worked and all was well.
I have done this several times and all went well.
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