Re: Clone a laptop drive
You shouldn't have any problem with it. The activation goes on line to do
<email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Fri, 6 Nov 2009 15:01:24 -0500, "SC Tom" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>You can write the image to any size drive you like as long as it is as
>>or larger than the drive the image was made from. After putting the new
>>drive in (with the old drive out, in case your laptop has slots for more
>>than one), it should boot right up like the old one. You may get the
>>to activate Windows because of new hardware being found. That happened on
>>Vista machine, but not on my XP one when I upgraded the hard drives.
> Thanks again. I just hope Microsoft wouldn't give me a problem because
> I've added new hardware.
>><email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Am I correct in that all I would have to do is pop in the clone and,
>>> with no further ado, I would be all set to go? Also, can I use a
>>> larger drive to clone than is in my laptop now?
>>> On Thu, 5 Nov 2009 20:18:43 -0500, "SC Tom" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>><email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>>>I want to clone a laptop drive that's larger in capacity than the one
>>>>> in my laptop. The original has two logical partitions. I have
>>>>> True Image 11. Reason: If my laptop drive ever goes south, I should
>>>>> just be able to pop the cloned drive in and off we go. I need some
>>>>> detailed guidance on how to do this.
>>>>The instructions that come with True Image will walk you through it.
>>>>easy to follow, and you will thank yourself for learning it later on.