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Assuming you're running a Microsoft Windows OS, this can be achived with the use of disk2vhd and vhd2disk. First download a copy of Disk2VHD from the Microsoft Sysinternals website. Start up Disk2VHD and ensure the "Use Vhdx" box is not checked, and that the "Use Volume Shadow Copy" box is checked. This will resolved the issue mentioned by Techie007. Then ...


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According to my experience with Acronis products, confirmed by this post in Acronis official forums, you could do a backup and then restore to the new ssd. Whatever the reason for cloning while using it is, any changes made after starting the backup of the source disk, will be lost for the new drive. Also it might not work if your source disk is almost full, ...



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