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How can i get the software to repair or clone hard drives is ot posible to buy them

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Unfortunately, you need to form at the Hard Drive,
are you a Serivce Technician if not I can not ASSIST YOU, if you are get jim's manuel and re-format the drivers yourself , it will clear any virus developed , I had the same problem and it cured it.

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How to clone an hard disk


If you're trying to clone 8.1 to a hard drive or SSD, Macrium Reflect OS migration to SSD does a pretty good job. I've had several successes with it and some failures. If you're cloning to a SSD, I suggest using a Kingston with Macrium Reflect; it appears to be better suited for the software and has the highest success rate.

Macrium Reflect is free, or pay if you wish. Make sure you burn a rescue CD; you will likely need it to finish the cloning process for your cloned drive. It is required to clear up the errors.

http://www.macrium.com/reflectfree.aspx

Mar 11, 2015 | Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro - Windows

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Coping with and avoiding Hard Drive Volume Bit-map Errors


If your computer "locks up" or reboots itself, the problem is frequently lost or corrupted files on your hard drive. Most of the time the problem can be corrected by running chkdsk. However, one of the exceptions is when chkdsk reports that the hard drive has volume bitmap errors.<br /> To run chkdsk, click on Start, All Programs, Accessories and Command Prompt. This will open a "DOS Box" where you can enter DOS commands without the results scrolling off the screen before you can read them. Then key in chkdsk C: (assuming that drive C is the letter of the hard drive where your operating system files and applications programs are stored).<br /> Chkdsk will run in the read-only mode and report (but not repair) problems found on your hard drive. Chkdsk will then ask you to run chkdsk with the F switch to fix the file system. Make a mental note whether or not chkdsk reported any problems with the volume bitmap, then key-in chkdsk C: /F <br /> You will get a message that the drive will be checked (and repaired) on the next system restart.<br /> Enter exit to close the DOS box and the restart your system. Chkdsk will run automatically when your system restarts. If no volume bitmap errors were noted earlier, chkdsk should have repaired the problems with the hard drive. You can verify this by opening another DOS Box and running chkdsk without the /F. However, if bit-map errors were reported initially, chances are they will still be there as chkdsk cannot repair them.<br /> If you still have volume bitmap errors, you can either take your PC to a professional who may be able to repair the volume bitmap with specialized software, or you can back-up all of your data, format the hard drive, and reload the operating system and all applications.<br /> A frequent cause of volume bitmap errors is cloning (copying) a hard drive with more than one partition to another (usually larger) hard drive. The partitions should be sized proportionately on the target drive but sometimes the partition sizes are not reported correctly in the partition table and sometimes in the master boot record. <br /> Avoid cloning drives with multiple partitions, or if you do, immediately run chkdsk on the target drive to check for bit-map errors.

on Oct 25, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Do I need a special software to duplicate a hard drive?


not necessarily, you could just systematically copy each folder from one place to another. This can get time consuming if there are a lot of folders that you want to copy so there are softwares out there that are designed to clone your hard drive.

Oct 17, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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How to change the hard drive that contains the operational system in an Acer EasyStore H341 server?


Transfer an Operating System to a New Hard Drive


When replacing an old hard drive, a process known as cloning is the easiest and most thorough method for transferring data between the old and new hard drives.


A cloning utility takes a snapshot of your current hard drive and then re-creates that snapshot on your new hard drive.


The process clones everything, including the operating system, installed applications, settings and personal files.


Create a system restore disk so that you can return your system to its previous condition if an error occurs.


You can use a backup and restore utility provided with your operating system, or find one for free or for purchase on the Internet.


Many cloning utilities can also create system restore disks.


Shut down the computer and remove power.


Physically install the new hard drive.


Restore power and boot up the computer.

Ensure that your operating system recognizes that the new hard drive has been installed.


Pick the cloning utility that works best for you. (See Below for some options.)

http://www.easeus.com/disk-copy


http://www.clonezilla.org/


http://www.runtime.org/driveimage-xml.htm

All freeware


http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/trueimage


http://www.symantec.com/norton/ghost

Purchase


Base your decision on your operating system and the cost and complexity of the utility.


Install and launch the cloning utility on your old hard drive.

Follow the instructions included with the cloning utility.


Keep the old hard drive as a backup, or reformat it for additional storage space.


Cloning a Notebook Hard Drive


Create a system restore disk so that you can return your system to its previous condition if an error occurs.


You can use a backup and restore utility provided with your operating system, or find one for free or for purchase on the Internet.


Many cloning utilities can also create system restore disks.


Pick the cloning utility that best fits your needs. (See Above for some options.)


Base your decision on your operating system, the cost and complexity of the utility, and whether the utility can clone notebook hard drives using bootable media, such as CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs or flash drives.


Install and launch the cloning utility on your old hard drive.

Follow the instructions included with the cloning utility.


Keep the old drive as a backup in case the new hard drive fails.


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Copy an OS to Another Hard Drive


Copying an OS or operating system to another hard drive can serve several functions.

Some simply want to move their current operating environment to a new PC, while others are replacing an old system hard drive with a newer one and want to avoid the hassle of updating and reinstalling.


The process of copying your operating system to another hard drive is a very easy one, in fact, and can be accomplished by anyone with nothing more than some software and some time.


Install Acronis True Image and launch it from its installation icon.

A link is provided below for the Acronis free 15-day trial.


http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/download/trueimage/


http://www.feyrer.de/g4u/

Support free software or g4u WILL die!


http://www.macrium.com/reflectfree.asp

Macrium has a free also pay options


Click the "Utilities" button from the left menu bar.


Click the "Clone Disk" button from the right pane of the main program window.

This will cause a dialog box to appear.


Click the "Next" button on the bottom-right corner of the dialog box.


Select the disk with the operating system you wish to copy from the drive list and click the "Next" button.


This will begin an examination of your hard disk that will finish in a few minutes.


Select the destination disk from the hard drive list and click the "Next" button.


Choose the "As-is" option for how you would like to handle your partitions.


This option merely lets you decide whether to keep all partitions on the drive or copy just the data onto one blank partition on the new drive.


Click the "Finish" button, and Acronis will prompt you that your system needs to be restarted to begin the cloning process.


The restart will happen automatically when you click the "Finish" button.


Allow the computer to restart, and Acronis will launch prior to the operating system and begin the cloning procedure.


This process may take several minutes to several hours, depending on the size of the operating system and whether there are any installed applications.


Restart you computer once again after Acronis has completed the cloning procedure.

The software will notify you when the cloning has finished.


Boot into your operating system and use your new operating system installation as normal. You may now remove your old operating system drive or format it as you desire.


Hope this helps.









Nov 24, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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I have an Acer Aspire 135. I used HDDCLONE and NTI ECHO. The original drive is 160GB. I cloned it to 500GB and later to a 160 GB. After swopping the drives the computer stops during rebooting with dis...


Hi skjelmose

It looks like there has been some form of corruption during the cloning and the Acer Aspire 135's BIOS can tell the difference between the original drive and the 2 clones.

Another possibility may be that Virus Detection is enabled in BIOS and some files on the cloned drives are being assessed as suspect. The BIOS retains, in its memory, the parameters of the last successful boot with the original drive and errs on the side of caution with even the smallest of differential anomalies on the clones.

Successful cloning requires good software and attention to detail. You do not need 2 separate items of software to clone a drive. To clone a drive successfully you must detach and connect both the original and the empty drives to a 2nd computer using some paired combination of a hard drive dock, a hard drive enclosure or a USB to IDE/SATA Adapter Cable on which a single example of a good Hard Drive or Partition Management application is installed.

You can clone drives easily and effectively with a single piece of software such as (most are available in Free Download and/or Trial format):

Partition Commander (http://www.avanquest.com/UK/trialDownload.html?pid=tcm:12-59089-64)

Partition Magic (http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Hard-Disk-Utils/Partition-Magic.shtml)

Symantec PartitionMagic (http://us.norton.com/products/overview.jsp?pcid=sp&pvid=pm80)

Partition Manager (http://www.paragon-software.com/home/pm-express/download.html)

I hope this helps.

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Sep 18, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I am replacing a Hitachi Travelstar 5K100 HTS541080G9SA00 80GB with a Western Digital 500GB SATA 3Gb/s Hard Drive 8MB 5400RPM 2.5IN Scorpio Blue. A tech told me to use a cloning software to switch the...


You would need to use a "usb" to hard drive cable. It looks like this: http://gizmodo.com/168149/brando-sataeide-to-usb-20-cable

Then, it is simply a matter of "cloning." The other alternative is to find a pc repair shop with a hard drive duplicator. It will copy much faster.

Please rate if you find this helpful.

Sep 20, 2010 | Hitachi Travelstar 5K100 HTS541080G9SA00...

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I wish to upgrade both RAM memory and Hard Drive capacity for Targa Visionary 1900+


goto a memory website such as Crucial.com or Newegg.com and specify your model laptop, and puchase some memory.

Its most likely a 2.5inch laptop EIDE hard drive.

If you wanted to clone the old hard drive to a new one, you would need a 2.5/3.5 IDE to USB adapter.

And a copy of some type of Clone software, such as Symantec/Norton Ghost. If you do not want to buy any, check here for 5 free different apps which allow you to clone your old hard drive to a new one.

http://www.downloadsquad.com/2008/09/05/5-free-apps-to-clone-your-hard-drive/


Sep 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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What software program will clone to an external drive?


It is nearly impossible to boot from external hard drive.  The main reason it that typically the computer need to have the OS loaded in order to support the external HD on the usb system.  My recommendation would be to return the external, purchase and internal and have a professional migrate your drive to the new one.

Jan 06, 2009 | Kanguru PC Clone Kit (KPCCLONE200)

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LAPTOP HARD DRIVE UPGRADE


Get adapter here: http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=2020. Download hard drive cloning software. Connect new drive to adapter, and USB cable to booted notebook. Follow cloning software instructions. When finished, swap out the old hard drive.

Apr 11, 2008 | Averatec 3200 Notebook

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