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Windows 7: How to backup Win7, and Restore onto a different Partition Setup


12 Nov 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
How to backup Win7, and Restore onto a different Partition Setup

Hey,

I've recently been using Windows 7 on MSDOS partition table.


However, I've been wanting to switch to GUID (due to various reasons).


I want to restore my Windows 7 back onto my computer, but with a diff partition setup.

Original:
1TB NTFS
100MB MBR


Desired:
250GB NTFS
100MB MBR
175GB Ext4
175GB HF+
100MB Mac Bootloader
~350GB FAT32


My original Windows 7 is only 200GB so it should fit in the new partition.


How can I migrate my Windows 7 to the new partition?

I've tried using EASEUS backup, and also Windows Image Backup; however, both of these require me to format my harddrive during the restore and restore the original partition setup.




Thanks in advance,

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