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  Reply # 1434058 24-Nov-2015 19:12
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joker97: Thanks. I suppose you are allowed to hit shutdown on the "old" drive after cloning?


It won't be in windows to do that, will reboot to the cloning tool. When that is done power off and remove the old drive and boot with the new one.

If the cloning tool works while windows is running find a different one since IME that never ends well.




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  Reply # 1434077 24-Nov-2015 19:56
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Ah of course. Yes I've always done the cloning from within windows. Never tried it in Windows 10 obviously.




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  Reply # 1434087 24-Nov-2015 20:07
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Yes, just follow the instructions given by the software.

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