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Hello guys,

 

I need a solution to clone my entire HDD of an old computer which has installed Windows XP Professional SP3 in it to a SSD. I tried Macrium Reflect 7.2 to clone it, but the whole process ended up with an Error code "0".

 

Thanks.

 

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@uth88  OK, I removed my post because it looks like you don't want help. I don't collect Your likes, don't need them. What works is short and simple. I did just the same on two pc-s

I did same thing before using Norton Ghost  

I use HDClone (paid version), but freeware version will do. Keep in mind that Windows XP doesn't have trim support. So use a 3rth party tool or over provision your SSD. Overprovision is

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OK, I removed my post because it looks like you don't want help.

I don't collect Your likes, don't need them.

What works is short and simple. I did just the same on two pc-s not long ago, maybe about month ago.

  1. You can copy the files
  2. You need to install the OP system as usual

It has been tried millions of times before you, and just as many times it has been found that the OP system cannot be cloned without errors.

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4 hours ago, uth88 said:

 

I'll give it a try.

Brother pl let me know if you are trying to create a full image of disk where winxp with sp3 is installed via inside the system with installed macrium reflect 7.2 or via rescue disk of macrium reflect 7.2.

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I use HDClone (paid version), but freeware version will do.

Keep in mind that Windows XP doesn't have trim support.

So use a 3rth party tool or over provision your SSD.

Overprovision is to leave a small portion of the SSD unpartioned.

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