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Hello,
I just purchased a laptop Asus VivoBook S510UN-BQ132T 15.6 ": Intel Core i7-8550U, 1.8 GHz-4.0 GHz, Memory 16 GB, HD 1 TB, SSD M.2 128 GB.
I installed Win 10 Pro on SSD M.2 128 GB and my apps on HD 1 TB. I also applied all my tweaks and I now want to make a backup. Only here, the SSD M.2 is partitioned UEFI / GPT and I am not familiar with this standard. In addition I want to replace the SSD M.2 128 GB by a SSD M.2 240 GB.
1) How to Create Partitions: Extensible Firmware Interface Partition System, Microsoft Reserved Partition and Partition Recovery on the new SSD M.2 240 GB?
2) How to Backup Partitions: Extensible Firmware Interface Partition System, Microsoft Reserved Partition and Partition Recovery ?
3) How to Restore Partitions: Extensible Firmware Interface Partition System, Microsoft Reserved Partition and Partition Recovery on the new SSD M.2 240 GB?

 

Regards

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3 hours ago, coucou said:

Hello,
I just purchased a laptop Asus VivoBook S510UN-BQ132T 15.6 ": Intel Core i7-8550U, 1.8 GHz-4.0 GHz, Memory 16 GB, HD 1 TB, SSD M.2 128 GB.
I installed Win 10 Pro on SSD M.2 128 GB and my apps on HD 1 TB. I also applied all my tweaks and I now want to make a backup. Only here, the SSD M.2 is partitioned UEFI / GPT and I am not familiar with this standard. In addition I want to replace the SSD M.2 128 GB by a SSD M.2 240 GB.
1) How to Create Partitions: Extensible Firmware Interface Partition System, Microsoft Reserved Partition and Partition Recovery on the new SSD M.2 240 GB?
2) How to Backup Partitions: Extensible Firmware Interface Partition System, Microsoft Reserved Partition and Partition Recovery ?
3) How to Restore Partitions: Extensible Firmware Interface Partition System, Microsoft Reserved Partition and Partition Recovery on the new SSD M.2 240 GB?

 

Regards

MyPartitionedDisks3.jpg

 

If they are indeed m.2 ssd's you will need to put both in a pc, and then use macrium reflect. If you can't put both m.2's in a pc / caddy, you can't clone.

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@teodz: Migrate HD to SSD is off topic. Look at my post carefully, it is to replace an SSD M.2 and more partitioned UEFI / GPT
TNX anyway

@Dodel: I did it without putting both m.2's in the laptop :D

 

I installed my M.2 SSD in an external enclosure M.2 to USB3 and I connected it to my Laptop.
I simply run MiniTool Partition Wizard Professional 10.2.1 and launched Copy Disk to copy SSD M.2 128 GB to SSD M.2 240 GB (USB connected).
Not only all the partitions have been created but Partition System and Partition Recovery were size optimized (see attached images).

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