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Windows 7: Which is Best Image or Clone

01 Dec 2011   #31
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Andyman View Post
Not sure I'd bother with Paragon Migrate OS to SSD, it's a pretty poorly written bit of software. On my Win7 64 bit system it goes through all the motions, reboots to continue copying the data to the new SSD partition and then comes up with 'Some Error Occured: Bad parameter of function'... and an 'OK' box which doesn't accept any input. On a reset when windows finishes booting it runs and tells you it's successfully copied your drive and you should now change the boot order...but of course it hasn't. not terribly helpful.

I've mailed support but they haven't replied yet and scanning the net there are lots of people having problem swith this software and support isn't very good.

Looking at the partition layout of the SSD after the failure it's copied the 83MB or so system partition but hasn't even created the primary partition, much less copied it.
Too bad you had so much trouble. I have migrated several systems with the program and never had any trouble. I have also communicated with the Paragon people and always got prompt responses. Hope you can sort it out.


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