You can even use a linux-live-disk to copy that partition with dd.
You have to shrink that partition first.
You should first defrag your HDD under Windows 7. Then you could try to shrink your partition to less than 64GB (You have to try, Windows sometimes doesn't allow you to shrink your harddrive extremely even though there's enough space free). To do this, you have to right-click your computer, choose manage and click on storage-management (or similar, I haven't got an english Win-7 here...). Then you have to right-click your partition and choose downsize (or similar... see above).
If that doesn't work, you could try ntfsresize with a Linux-live-cd. Backup your data first!
If any of the two resize-steps completed successfully, you could copy your partition with dd.
Hint: Try to make your partition as small as possible. The smaller your partition is, the faster your dd gets.
As mentioned in other answers, GParted is also a good way to do resizing. It's contained in any Ubuntu-Live-CD. You could run GParted to shrink your partition and then
dd your partition to your new SSD in the same live-cd-session. GParted uses
ntfsresize in the background.