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Cloning: destination drive not being partitioned!

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by kbaasit, Jul 22, 2012.

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  1. kbaasit

    kbaasit Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I am trying to use Seagate discwizard, to clone my hard drive to another. When I went through the process, the new HDD received only the C partition and not the D.

    Any suggestions a to what I can do? I really don't want to format the hdd and reinstall!
     
  2. pip22

    pip22

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    I'm a bit puzzled as to what the title of your post has to do with the actual problem you've described.

    It's possible you didn't use DiscWizard correctly. The full manual is here: http://www.seagate.com/support/discwizard/dw_ug.en.pdf

    I've done no end of cloning but never with DiscWizard so I can't offer you any guidance I'm afraid.
     
  3. kbaasit

    kbaasit Thread Starter

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    Hi saw the manual as long as it is! :(

    I went the thru the prompts and when all done, after disconnecting my original drive then rebootiing all I could see was the C drive the D drive or partition wasn't there. (I looked from Windows explorer adn from the CMD prompt).

    As you haven't had any probs before what s/w have you used?

    Thanks
     
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