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Copy Image of 10Gb Hard Disk to 20Gb Hard Disk

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Bob, Dec 16, 2003.

  1. Bob

    Bob Guest

    I have a Western Dig 10G hard disk on my system. I just bought a
    Western 20G hard disk. The 10 is installed as Drive C, the 20 as
    Drive D

    I want to copy a mirror image of my 10 onto the 20, then make the 20
    Drive C (in this way increase the capacity of my C Drive from 10 to
    20). I understand I cannot just do a "copy *.*" from one drive to
    another - I may need a special utility to properly copy all the files.
    These are both Caviar drives, and I have the hard disk utilities
    floppy that comes with these drives. I think the utility to do this
    may even be on this floppy.

    Does anyone know how to do this ????
     
    Bob, Dec 16, 2003
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    ray Guest

    norton ghost.. and no i dont work for them :)
     
    ray, Dec 17, 2003
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