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Replace Main Hard Drive.

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Pavilion s5610f
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I need to replace the existing internal SSD hard drive (the boot drive, containing the C: volume) with a new one.  How can I  get a clone of the existing hard drive data onto the new drive, before unplugging the existing drive, and plugging in the new one?

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banhien
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@gusset 

 

I normally do:

 

(a) Mount new SSD to an enclosure or adapter; for example

           https://www.msy.com.au/25-hdd-enclosure

(b) Use free software to clone

           https://www.techradar.com/au/best/best-disk-cloning-software

(c) Physically remove old one and install new one.

 

Did you install SSD to your machine ? Its specs does not say anything about SSD

 

           https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c02479710

 

Regards.

             

BH
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