I got a 1 TB hard disk. However the C drive is only 150GB. Also only 67 GB uses.
My plan is to ghost that C drive to an SSD. And then arrange that next time the SSD is the OS drive.
How would I do so?
I tried ghosting but it doesn't work because the C drive is 140 GB and larger than the SSD even though only 67GB data is used
No, I'm sorry for not being clear. I was meaning use Ghost to create images of the partitions and then restore those images onto the new drive. As opposed to the Ghost "Copy Drive" feature. Unless you happen to have a laptop that can hold 2 hard drives internally. You really need to have the hard drives directly attached to the systems motherboard to ensure you get the correct drive translation, Using an external USB case for one of the drives to do a "copy drive" is just asking for trouble.
But an image is just a large file, using a USB drive to hold an image file is fine.
You said you have the same problem, is your new drive smaller than your old drive or are you having a problem trying to do the actual restore?
I tried to back up to the D partition first but after that if i want to restore the computer, how would I do so?
Is there a program, say on CD that I can boot, and say things like, move OS to SSD?