|17 Apr 2013||#1|
Re-Imaging From An External To An SSD
I have created a system image of my Windows 7 OS from my HDD onto my external hard drive. The image is about 250GB and the new SSD is 500GB.
When I try and run the system repair (restore a system image) from the external HDD to the new SSD, I get error error 0x80042412.
I've tried literally everything, I've tried to create a new partition; didn't work. I tried a fresh install onto the SSD before migrating the system image; didn't work. There are a lot of similar threads that I have previously read through but none of the solutions have helped.
Thanks for your help in advance guys.
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|17 Apr 2013||#8|
Then in explorer goto %userprofile%
Then cut/paste folders from %userprofile% to F:\yourname
(Some folders have "My" as prefix). Cut/paste ... not copy!!
Do the same for C:\users\public (public music/documents etcetera). Not all folders listed above are there! Put them in F:\Public for example
All libraries are updated automagically.
Don't do the appdata/tracing/libraries folders!
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