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As I looked into why, it seems the tiny windows (100mb?) installation partition that I usually see on the C drive is on the 320GB "D" drive on her PC, not I linked the wrong page this one is for windows 10 (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10) Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. It is smart enough to resize the partitions to fill the new larger SSD (or perhaps in reverse... Browse other questions tagged hard-drive clone bad-sectors disk-cloning or ask your own question. check over here

Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. not that it matters now. In fact, there is no such thing as a manufacturer specific OEM version of windows. You don't need to. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/291217-32-cloned-corrupt-help

Clone Damaged Hard Drive

I have everything backed up, so I'm not too concerned about losing data or anything. It's very simple.  No more bad sectors. 0 Ghost Chili OP Best Answer Thanks A.J. It did it the first time with no issue. Nice to rid her system of that godawful slow 80GB HDD that hails from the dawn of man.

This, combined with the fact that the previous HDD failed in this laptop (I'm quite sure Sony replaced it with the exact same model), leads me to this conclusion. Just install the OS normally but skip the format option in the GUI. Top Login to post comments Sun, 2012-11-04 15:27 #8 tuttle Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2011-11-05 Posts: 3747 Irv K wrote: The disk cloning is apparently successful since I then do Clonezilla Bad Sectors I tried again and checked the SSD before installation in the EM250 with CHKDSK to confirm all was well.

You don't need to use your manufacturer's OEM disk. The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Harddisk2\DR2 Error iaStor 3221487625 The device, \Device\Ide\iaStor0, did not respond within the timeout period. Email Password Log In Forgot your password? http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/331869-best-method-tool-cloning-failing-hdd-data-recovery-2.html Proposed as answer by Kate LiMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Wednesday, September 16, 2015 3:16 AM Marked as answer by Bruce WoodingModerator Wednesday, September 23, 2015 12:18 AM Thursday, September 10, 2015

Thanks. Ddrescue Tutorial The issue is I'm when I did my initial clone from Windows 8.1 (default os) I had a few problems cloning ( kept getting errors)I tried different programs until I finally I receive an error message: Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt. Thank you for your help, Drew I attached an report file.

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Aside from SSD on C, I need D to be my storage drive, A and B to be my optical drives and E through H to be my portable 3TB drives. The other issue is that if you're HDD is 500GB and your SSD is only a 240 or 256GB, it's a pain in the ass to clone it because you have Clone Damaged Hard Drive It is smart enough to resize the partitions to fill the new larger SSD (or perhaps in reverse... How To Clone A Failing Hard Drive Windows 7 PDA View Full Version : Corrupted drive after cloning?

All is working as it should now, albeit after being a pain in the arse... check my blog Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. I'd suggest: - running HDD diagnostics on the old hard drive (if it is a HDD and not an SSD) - then thoroughly test the old system to make sure it's Annoying isn't it?. Ddrescue Windows

Maybe I'm mistaken it's not the drive that is corrupted, just the system files. Not ghost, not acronis, not partition wizard. Thing is, I'm not sure how I would go about transferring my Windows and MS Word licenses to the new drive. this content Currently I'm trying to reset the EM250 to before a critical update on 3Dec but don't have high hopes.

I now get the usual error message saying that Windows failed to load last time and when I tell it just to start I get an error saying: Recovery Your Gddrescue Register now! The reason for that is, why keep spending more $$$, when you can get a upgraded laptop with W7 pre-installed, and have better performance as well. #3 Elixer, May 11,

First thing I did right out of the box was to upgrade to windows 10, get all the drivers up to date, install acronis true image then clone the drive to

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... And yeah that was my thinking on just sticking with vista at the moment, it hasn't caused me any trouble so far and upgrading always brings up issues. Hot Network Questions Oddly Even, Positively Negative Possible to use bind :variable inside SELECT clause? Systemrescuecd Back to top #3 k-dog77 k-dog77 Topic Starter Members 18 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:27 AM Posted 03 January 2016 - 05:11 PM Thanks for your reply.

I have Windows XP that i have been running for a long time. As mentioned above, you have to unplug every other HDD to simply install windows on an SSD. Oh okay first of all thanks alot for your reply. have a peek at these guys But since Acornis did everything correctly and I was up and running I thought it was going to stay so I ended up moving all my data from the other 3

As soon as that was done I again used acronis true image to create a back up and bootbale media on a DVD and put that away. I wouldn't bother with installing W7, vista will do just fine with a SSD (note, vista don't support TRIM, so look for a SSD that has a utility that can do