I have a laptop with a 500 GB HDD. The C partition takes up almost all the drive. Have 2-3 other small partitions for manufacturer recovery software or system stuff; these came with the laptop.
The C partition is encrypted with TrueCrypt.
I want to migrate everything to a new, 750 GB HDD. I am not concerned about the recovery partition.
It looks like I can't do the easier options (gparted, DriveImage XML, EASEUS Disk Copy, etc.) because of TrueCrypt. If they even work, I'd end up with a bunch of unallocated space, and all I could do is make another drive, which I don't want. extcv claims to resize TrueCrypt volumes, but its last update is in 2010, and it's only compatible with older TrueCrypt volumes.
Do I have options besides:
- Set up new OS install on 750 GB HDD, then copy all my data over and set everything back up.
- Unencrypt 500 GB volume, then use the easier options to copy everything over to the 750 GB volume.