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Thread: image a250GB HD to 80GB HD

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    Default image a250GB HD to 80GB HD

    Were I to image a 250GB HDD, that's using appx. 22GB, to a second internal drive of 80GB - would I have a problem? Why I ask is that I've seen a couple of different response on another forum.

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    Depends on how you do it. If you image the data, no problem. If you image the hard drive, problem.

    A good partition imager (Acronis, for instance) will work out the kinks for you.
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    I use Acronis TI Home 2010, so I guess I'll give it a try, I want to image the complete C: drive (OS and data).

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    TI should do it just fine.
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    Worked fine, CG, thanks!

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    No problem, glad to hear the good news.
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