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How do I coppy the EMERGANCY BOOT PARTITION on my TOSHIBA notbook?

I have bought a 1.5TB hard disk for my TOSHIBA and have an external dock that it is plugged into. I can't seem to find a way to mount the EMERGENCY BOOT PARTITION that is a the front of the hard disk and all the partition cloning software I have seen so far requires that the partition be mounted before you can copy it to a new Hard Drive.

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I'm not sure how you do it with out a program. If you google something like "Partition Editor Program", that may be the best thing for you.

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Use a partition manager such as PartitionMagic to resize the cloned partition, that approach has always worked great for me.

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You can partition your hard drive using any of the available free partition tools such as EASEUS Partition Master or Partition Logic. You can even buy tools like Partition magic to do the same job.

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