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HI... Can I clone my internal drive (which is just about full) to my Iomega 1TB external drive...? Thanks

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Http://www.runtime.org/driveimage-xml.htm this program will allow you to clone your hard drive directly to your external, you can then expand the partition using 'disk management' which can be found typing it into the 'run' window from the start menu. this will erase the external drive however and i wouldnt recommend booting from it externally.

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