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Re: Copying HDD to another HDD
I don't know if this is what you are going to try, but if you change the
of the partition on the src drive to something small enough to fit on
the new drive, you can use clonezilla to clone the partition instead of
the whole drive. Just make the partition on the new drive the same size
or a bit larger.
Just to be safe, I would copy off all the data files from the old drive
that you can to a backup somewhere. You should be able to do the with a
Mike Brown wrote:
On Sun, Nov 06, 2011 at 11:44:06PM +0800, KHMan wrote:
Some random notes. fsarchiver also allows for flexibility on size.
I'm downloading the iso for SystemRescueCD, which contains fsarchiver.
I just might be able to use fsarchiver to do the trick.
Thanks for the tip.
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