How To Clone or Copy Your Hard Drive With Acronis

How To Clone or Copy Your Tricky Travel With Acronis
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  1. i have a HP g6 laptop witha 298.09GB HDD (300GB)
    this laptop has 4 partitions (from the company)

    # C: (278.34GB) NTFS
    # D: Recovery (15.59GB) NTFS
    # E: HP_TOOLS (3.97GB) FAT32
    # SYSTEM (199MB) NTFS

    i can use the F11 key to restore to factory settings without starting Windows (using partition "D")

    if i clone this HDD to a new HDD or a SDD will it going to clone all the partitions ?
    and can i still use the F11 key to restore to factory settings ?
    also if i use a bigger capacity drive like a 1TB what will happen to the extra space 700GB ?

    the HDD is making some sounds so it's time to get a new drive

  2. Thanks for the crystal clear instruction and you've presented it like a champion. Great to have the music at the end of the show so I can fully understand you, unlike some of the other videos I've seen from other instructors who don't even speak, while blasting the music.

  3. In the video, you already have the SSD in the laptop- and it is obviously already booting from the SSD, so it must have already been cloned. My question is- when you FIRST cloned your old drive to your new SSD- was your old drive still in the laptop, and the SSD was on the outside, hooked up via USB? I have heard cloned laptop drives wont boot unless they are *inside the laptop during the cloning process*.. but if you need to set it up that way, how do you get your laptop to run if its original drive has been removed?

  4. Hi Steve. I recently had one of my laptops fail at a motherboard level. The 256 GB and 1 TB SSD's were ok. I have since purchased a WD Red 8 TB and partitioned it into four 1.25 TB partitions intending to "clone" my remaining 2 desktops and the other laptop with Acronis.
    My question, which I am afraid is "mute", is can I clone into a partition and get all the computers onto one drive. If not I will take older, smaller hard drives that are in storage and copy all the data onto to the 8 TB drive, reformat the smaller drives and use them one for each computer. Hopefully to remember to copy and rewrite the cloned drives every couple of three years to avoid data fade.
    I do make very frequent data backups on all computers onto a NAS but not the operating system. Calling and re-purchasing third party programs is expensive for one failure and very time consuming! Gotta be a better / faster way.
    Thank you!

  5. hi Steve my macbook pro OS crashed so its asking me to re-install new os, can I make packup of my data before doing that using inateck without getting HD out of my notebook?

  6. Can u clone a hard drive for defunctioning laptop and then put the cloned hard drive into a non-function laptop (corrupted windows boot files) and run it simultaneously with the other laptop on the same Windows licence??

  7. great video. im by no means a computer expert but i think i could do this now. is the acronis software free? in this video you cloned from an ssd drive. i assume it is the same to go from hdd to ssd . correct? thanks.

  8. Thanks for the video, I didn’t know about this software. I’m upgrading my hdd to a ssd/hdd hybrid soon. I may use this program. I also have been moving files from old hard drives onto external back up ones at work. Would this program be good for data transfer/ organization as well?

  9. Greetings…great video…however I have a hp 23 all on one…I had a no boot disk error. I tried everything as well as a hard drive test which failed. So I changed the hard drive to WD blue..
    Its giving me the same no disk boot error with the new hard drive…any suggestions?

  10. Greetings Tech Steve. I will be switching my 1TB HDD to a 2TB SSD. I am wonder if the laptop will show the full 2TB storage memory after cloning, or only the "cloned" 1TB copied data. In other words will I have to go into the Acronis settings to adjust the partitions to accommodate the additional space in the Drive?

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  12. Excellent video thanks for posting, I have a 500 GB hard drive, which has Windows 10 and Linux Mint installed and partitioned as a dual boot. I would like to clone it partitions and all to a 1TB ssd , would that be possible?

  13. The good, The Bad, The Ugly of this video. 1) there are like 1 million videos on how to clone using Acronis, or Acrium or others, but all this 1 million videos failed to explain if the Target disk has to be partition/formatted ahead of time. Reason of the question is like for instance, Windows 10 creates 3 partitions. How does Acronis handle this? is one questions. 2) what if the Target disk is larger in capacity than the source or vice verse, none of details are explained on this video either. Therefore my thumb is going and pointing mediocre (definition) ordinary, average, middling, middle-of-the-road, uninspired, undistinguished, indifferent, unexceptional, unexciting, unremarkable, run-of-the-mill, pedestrian, prosaic, lackluster, forgettable, amateur, amateurish;

  14. guy! i need help! what if i have 800gb used space on my 1 terabyte old hdd and i wanted to transfer from a 500gb SSD. i know one of the option is i need to copy some of my files to an external hard drive and transfer those files later to the SSD.
    but i dont have an external hd.
    can i instead run my old hdd as my 2nd disc and copy whats inside to my new ssd?

  15. You might want to go to storage and then clean out all the temporary files and all the old windows backups and windows update files. You might want to backup certain data like tax records, Photos and everything in your documents folder. Helps to back up those items anyway. Never know when a drive will fail or your computer will be struck with a power surge or something like that. Even your house could burn down.

  16. I tried to clone my c drive SSD 250 g to new ssd 500 g but when I hit proceed it says it has to restart Acronis but once restarting does he same think. And ides why thanks in advance.

  17. Like your video probably the best video I've seen out there yet and I'm seeing a lot of so what you're saying is once I clone my hard drive on my computer to my SSD I lose all my pictures and my documents and how many times can I clone that disk have a backup backup

  18. I have an Optiplex small factor 780 need to replace the hard drive .
    solid state would be fine for this and it formatting it just using the original Windows format the hard drive

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