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Windows 7: which Paragon migration program is best for my situation

15 Feb 2016   #1
djrobison22

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which Paragon migration program is best for my situation

I am trying to clone my existing 960gb HDD to a 256gb SSD on my Sony VAIO Tap 21 VPCL137FX running Windows 7 Home Premium Sp1 and want to know which Paragon product would be best for me.


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15 Feb 2016   #2
ignatzatsonic

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Assuming you are willing to pay for it and don't have prior experience with this type of an issue, I'd say "Migrate OS to SSD".

Paragon Migrate OS to SSD - System migration to Solid State Drives (SSD) - Overview

Twenty dollars.

But I'd imagine other Paragon products could get it done, as could other products from other companies. You just might have to jump through a few more hoops or ascend a steeper learning curve.
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