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How to upgrade my SSD to a bigger one without losing OS

Shadowmeph

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The last two times I cloned my drive I have noticed that my system acted up , mind you I have cloned quite a few systems and never had any real issues before, but if I ever had to make a choice again of either cloning or installing a fresh OS I would just back up all of my settings and programs then do a fresh install. it is a huge hassle and can take a long time but in the end for me anyway it would be worth it.
 

jalmir

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Like I said in my previous reply, I always use EaseUS ToDo backup ... I actually just transferred to my new SSD, like literally now, this is my first boot with the new SSD! :thumb:
 
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vantechguy

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Will this work if cloning SSD to another machine? (Will Windows 10 want a new serial?)
 

x15Artx

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Use Macrium Reflect. It works beautifully and is free for personal use.
They just came out with generation " 7 " of their software.
 

Shadowmeph

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I actually downloaded this but for some reason it is asking if I want to clone all of my drives but not my OS drive lol
 

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