Shared July 6, 2015
This customer ran out of room on his 500GB SSD in his computer that i built just seven months prior with all new parts. Now he's purchased a 1TB SSD and wants me to clone everything off the old drive onto the new one without losing any of his data, programs or configurations. He would further request that I reset the old 500GB SSD iso that he can utilize that as another place to store his future files.
New SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 1TB
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Calavry Retriever USB HDD/SSD dock for 2.5" and 35" hard drives with built-in hardware cloning that requires no computer to clone HDD/SSDs
Sentey HDD Docking Station supports up to 6tb HDD in 2.5" or 3.5"
Thermaltake 5G 5.0Gbps USB 3.0 SATA HDD Docking Station with Hard Drive Pouch. Supports 2.5" and 3.5 drives.
Adapter to convert old IDE HDD (2.5" or 3.5") to SATA (so that they will function in any of the above SATA docking stations):
Acronis TrueImage 2015:
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