hd cloning

  mad1234 12:22 16 Oct 2007
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has anyone used this?click here
is it any good?

i asked the Q
click here
opted to buy seagate ext hd and used the free seagate cloning tool powered by acronis.
click here
something to consider if you have a seagate drive.

  mad1234 13:22 16 Oct 2007

don't know what drive i have as it's in my laptop but i haven't taken it apart yet to have a look

  Quiet Life 13:46 16 Oct 2007

Look at the first review on the site that you indicate. It does not read too good.
I have used click here which is free, works amd I have found to be very good.

  mad1234 14:09 16 Oct 2007

thanks Quiet Life i will have a look at that

  mad1234 14:26 16 Oct 2007

my next question is
Can you plug 2 HD's into one laptop? as i understand it there isn't much space in there.
if theres not enough space to plug them into my laptop can you plug them into a pc to do the job?

better off buying a external hard drive,then you can connect it up via usb and back up,also use it for backing up your desktop.

recent thread on externals
click here

  mad1234 15:02 16 Oct 2007

what i'm after is cloning my HD onto a bigger HD & putting the bigger one in my lappy cos mines a medion mim2120 & the HD is split into 3 parts 1-20GB & 2-10GB which i seem to be filling up rather quickly

ok.
you could put your new laptop hard drive in one of these,clone your current one across and then fit the new one.
You could then use your old one in the caddy for extra storage or back up

click here

  mad1234 15:19 16 Oct 2007

that's a good idea i think i'll do that.
ta very much *Raven*

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