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Cloning Partitions - is this ok?
If I have two partitions C and D can I make an image of those and then place those into a large C and D on a new drive?
So if C drive is currently 20 GIG
and D drive is currently 40 GIG
can I prepare a SSD drive, (doing everything recommended in a previous post: Has anyone installed a SSD Drive before? ) and in the new drive create
C drive 50 gig
D drive 60 gig
can i simply just put old C into new C and old D into new D ?
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