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realistpnoy

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i bought a new hd and format it as an additional storage...then i transfered 851mb from primary hd to the new hd and it takes 5 minutes...is that normal? its slow to me
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well it depends on the harddrive speed but for a new harddrive that is fast it shouldnt take more then a minute at max, its not even a gigabyte.
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i decided that my new 400gb to be the primary drive...and ill just remove the old 55gb...what do i do so that my new hd can have all the files from the old hd?
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What do i do so that my new hd can have all the files from the old hd?


Use a drive cloning tool, most drive manufacturers have such a utility you can download and use.
Maxtor for example have Maxblast.
What make are the drives?

Edited by Jack Hackett, 27 November 2006 - 12:48 AM.

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seagate

is this one good?

http://www.sofotex.c...oad_L11423.html

Edited by realistpnoy, 27 November 2006 - 01:57 AM.

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There is also a harddrive back up utility on windows so you can use that.
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im gonna use hdclone and burned it to cd but how do i start it... thanks

Edited by realistpnoy, 27 November 2006 - 10:47 PM.

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