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I just added a 160 gb drive as drive d:. I want to copy all my files from
c:, a 20 gb drive, and use the new drive as the bootable drive.
I have recently clean installed on the c: drive.
Is there an easy way to copy all the files to the new drive?
I don't have Norton Ghost, is there any freeware that does this?
I am running windows ME.
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what kind of drive?

Some (maxtor) have a utility that comes with the drive.

There is this


a bootable linux OS that has parted (partition magic like) and partimage ( a ghost like program)

Very NICE!
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