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I have an OCZ Agility 3 SSD capacity 64GB, i bought a new SSD Vertex 4 capacity 128GB, how can i move all my C: drive contents including files \ windows 8 \ mbr \ boot basically everything to the new SSD \ Hard drive without reinstalling windows 8, and copying all my settings and files?

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marked as duplicate by Renan, Canadian Luke, 8088, Scott, Nifle Mar 19 '13 at 19:05

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I might be wrong but I don't think it is possible to copy everything – pratnala Mar 19 '13 at 10:46

This can be easily (and very fast) done with CloneZilla. I suggest cloning the entire disk, than resizing the partition to fill the ssd (or make another partition there, whatever you want)

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There are dozens of solutions.

Acronis has been the go-to for years for many people. There is also Easus (they have a free version, CloneZilla (as mentioned) and more.

Acronis and Easus are both great, and I have heard good things about Clonezilla too, although I never used it.

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I usually use Acronis True Image, it's easy and fast. (true image is not free)

However, there's a lot of software doing exactly what you need:

  • ghost (ex norton ghost)
  • easis drive cloning
  • easus disk copy
  • ping
  • clonezilla

I always suggest you to do the cloning process using a live cd (all of those software have a live cd).

for reference, just take a look here:

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