How To Clone or Copy Your Hard Drive When Upgrading or Swapping

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Hey guys if you want to change your hard drive and maintain all the work into setting up your computer this video will show you how, The parts and software I used will cost you less than $60 bucks. Not Including the Hard Drive.

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