I have a Medion E7214 laptop running 32 bit Windows 7 home premium. It has a recovery partition (Cyberlink PowerRecovery - Restore) so if I hit F11 prior to boot I get the restore/recover option
The laptop comes with option for a second HDD so I have bought a new Kingston 240Gb SSD
The existing boot partition is 266gb (246Gb free) and the Recovery partition is 29.9Gb(19.4Gb free)
Ideally I would like to clone both partitions so that the SSD becomes identical copy of the main disc. Then I would format the old HDD and use it as a second hard drive. If I make the 2 partitions smaller in order to fit could someone please advise how to go about cloning if it is at all possible
Also I'd appreciate any recommendations for free and easy to use cloning software. Unlike Seagate and other makes Kingston only sell theirs at a price
Seagate offer a free cloning program download but I'm not sure if it would work with Kingston
Edited by Juliasdream, 01 May 2015 - 12:03 PM.