Originally Posted by Indigo
So by your logic, if someone has the hardware to do the clone you suggest software?
What did I miss?
I'm not sure.
... what is the question?
I use HDClone
whenever I upgrade a laptop hard drive; it keeps me using the same Windows install on the laptop, and I don't have to worry about losing my recovery partition, etc.
I am told that Clonezilla
will accomplish the same thing, but I have no experience using that software.
Since an SSD uses the same interface (EIDE or SATA) as the drive it is replacing, there should be no impediment to using one of the above software packages for cloning the contents of a traditional drive to a solid-state drive of the same or larger capacity.