Fixed - Samsung Data Migration stuck at 0%, 99%, 100%

Brithny updated on Oct 12, 2020 to Backup Utility | How-to Articles

Cases of Samsung Data Migration stuck issue that you might encounter

Case 1. Samsung EVO 850 data migration stuck at 0%

"I am trying to clone a 1GB HDD to a 1GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD on a desktop system running Windows 10,but Samsung Data Migration just stuck at 0% and never move on. What is the problem?"

Case 2. Samsung 840 EVO stuck at 100% during data migration

"Every time when I plug my new Samsung SSD 840 EVO into PC and run Samsung Data Migration for data transfer, the program freezes at 100% with a "not responding" error message on the title bar of the app window. How do I fix the issue?"

Case 3. Samsung Data Migration hang at 99%

"Doing data migration from HDD to Samsung 840 EVO for disk upgrade, but the process gets stuck at 99% for hours. How can I complete the data migration process?"

As you can see, Samsung Data Migration stuck issue is really a problem that annoyed a large number of users. It can stop at different percentages such as 0%, 99%, 100% while users are trying to clone HDD to SSD or new hard drive for system & data transfer. 

The best fix for Samsung Data Migration stuck issue - EaseUS free cloning software 

If you are attacked by Samsung Data Migration stuck issue and caught in one of the above situations, you just want to know how to fix the problem and complete the migration process. Congratulations! On this page, you can get the answer. 

Instead of figuring out what caused the Samsung Data Migration stuck issue and finding a corresponding solution to fix the problem, it is much easier to clone HDD to SSD using alternative software. Here, we recommend EaseUS free backup software. With a powerful disk cloning feature and wizard-like interface, the program is an easy and quick fix for Samsung Data Migration clone failed or stuck issue. 

To clone HDD to SSD while Samsung Data Migration failed or stuck: 


Connect your SSD to the computer first if your SSD hasn't connect to your computer.

Step 1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup and click Clone. And it will pop up the below window and choose the source disk - the hard disk you want to clone.

select the hard drive as your source disk

Step 2. Choose the destination disk (SSD) as your storage destination. Here you can find the "Optimize for SSD" option by clicking Advanced options, tick this option, then you can optimize the destination SSD.

select the SSD as the destination disk and optimize it by ticking Optimize for SSD

Step 3. Preview your settings and click Proceed to clone.

preview your hdd cloning settings and click proceed to clone it

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose EaseUS Todo Backup?

"The easiest way to protect your data and system files."techradar

"As a slogan, EaseUS develops software to "make your life easy." It's clear from this app's reliability and design that this is a priority. Todo Backup Home is one of the easiest PC backup programs to use in our review."

"EaseUS ToDo Backup Home is a great backup program, well suited to the home and SMB space."PCWorld

What is the difference between Clone and Backup? In what cases should I use Clone?

Clone will copy one disk to another or one partition to another (unallocated space is also supported). Usually, this option is used to upgrade the current disk by creating an identical copy. Backup will generate a .PBD image file containing the selected files or system that can be restored from the .PBD image if needed.

What is the difference between System Backup and Disk Backup?

System Backup will auto-select the system boot related partition(s) as the backup source to make sure the system image can be restored properly. Disk/Partition Backup will allow you to manually select a whole disk or speficy a certain partition as the backup source. You will get the same backup result as System Backup if you manually select the system and boot partitions with the Disk/Partition Backup option.

As a computer newbie, what features should I use to protect my computer?

You can use System Backup to back up the system and boot partitions, use Disk/Partition backup to back up the data partition and add plans to run an automatic backup. If you use the computer frequently or have software that may cause boot failure of the computer, we would suggest you back up the computer every 1 to 2 days. For other situations, you can backup the computer once a week. In addition, you can schedule File Backup to back up the files which are changed frequently.

What kind of storage service should I use to save my backup images?

EaseUS Todo Backup can save backup images to internal disks, external disks, network drives, or free cloud(Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive) and CD/DVD. It is suggested to save the images to the internal/external/network drives to save time as those kinds of disks have a better read-write speed. It is suggested NOT to save the image on the source disk, because once the disk is damaged, all the files on the disk will become unavailable and you will be unable to restore the image.

As a company network administrator, what features should I use to protect our internal computers?

It is recommended that you use the SQL Backup feature to back up your company's SQL server and Exchange Backup feature to back up the Exchange server. In addition, you can execute System Backup to back up the system and boot partitions on every computer and set a plan to execute the backup once a day or twice a week to ensure that the computer can be restored timely when it has boot issues. File Backup feature can be used to back up important user data. If there are a large quantity of computers, you can purchase EaseUS Backup Center to manage the backups on the client computers centrally.

About EaseUS Todo Backup

Be it a file, system, partition, or disk, EaseUS Todo Backup will help you back up or clone the item and provide you with multiple backup plans.