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Solved: Copy data from one partition to another

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by websolpro, Apr 20, 2010.

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  1. websolpro

    websolpro Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I was using 250 GB hard disk. Now attached 800GB New hard disk. Both hard disks are showing perfectly. Now i want to copy all data from old hard disk to new hard disk.

    For example my "OLD D drive was 50 GB" and "New D Drive is 100 GB" So i want to copy all the data from old d drive to new one. I tried to use "Disk Clone" software. but it was saying partition should be equal. And than i tried "Backup software" so it made whole D drive back with the file name "backup.PBD" .

    I can go to old D drive and select all , than copy all the data. And than open new hard disk partition D drive and paste. but it is taking too much time, and not sure it will copy all the data. Or it will give error after few hours. So i want to use software for it.

    Your help will be appreciated. Thanks.

    Best Regards,
    Farrukh Hussain
    Http://www.websolpro.com
     
  2. olryst

    olryst

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    Hi, have you tried the program super copier.

    Its still copy and paste but its better and has more functions then the regular windows copier.
     
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