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This will be a difficult thing to do mainly because it's a laptop.
Acronis, Paragon and others provide software that can clone one drive onto a new drive but this would normally require access to both drives simultaneously.
It may be possible to clone the old drive to the new one if you can fit the new drive into an external enclosure, then swap the drives after cloning, or if you have access to an external drive this may be used as a temporary store - clone existing drive to external - swap old and new drives - clone external copy to new drive
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