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I have a mid 2009 13" MacBook Pro with the 160 GB drive split in half running both Mac OS and Windows 7 through bootcamp.

I'm planning to replace the hard drive for a 750 GB model and I would like to find the easiest way to clone the drives and resize the partitions so that I don't need to install both OS again. How can I do that?

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This is really simple, you can use two free apps. The first is SuperDuper, which can clone the mac partition to your new drive. The second is Winclone, which clones your windows partition and lets you restore it on the new drive (all done in OS X). I've used both myself before when I migrated to a larger HDD.

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