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Clone hard drive with Windows 7 clone software

Nov 09, 2017 / Posted by Brithny to Backup Utility

This article will introduce a Windows 7 clone software which offers safe and efficient disk clone feature to clone Windows 7 hard drive and transfer your data on the old disk to a new one and backup your system in case of computer crash or system failure. Let's see how to clone hard drive in Windows 7 now.

Why need to clone hard disk drive?

Disk clone is especially useful when you want to upgrade the older smaller hard disk to a newer larger one without having to install the operating system and applications once again.

Are you planning to upgrade old hard drive or clone or transfer the operating system to a new and bigger hard drive for your PC? How can you make an identical copy of the hard drive? Is it possible to safely upgrade your operating system without bootable failure problem?

When Windows 7 was released, many people want to clone the disk which contains original operating system such as Windows XP to another large disk and install Windows 7 to build dual-boot configuration later. So if there exists Windows 7 clone software, it would be great. Are there any safe and convenient ways available to transfer data and upgrade to a newer, larger hard drive? Or how to find Windows 7 clone software?

How to clone Windows 7 hard drive with Windows 7 clone software?

Actually, the way to clone Windows system disk or other non-system disks to a new one would be much safer and more convenient than reinstall Windows and load all applications all over again. A highly recommended Windows 7 hard disk clone software - EaseUS Todo Backup can help. Please follow the detailed step-by-step instructions to clone the disk. Before that, you may download and install a full version of this software and then start.

Steps to clone hard drive with EaseUS Todo Backup

1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup and click Clone.
Select source disk you want to clone

Select source disk

2. Select the destination disk (Windows 7 disk).
Under Advanced optionssector by sector clone option enables you to clone all sectors from the source disk to the destination disk.

Select destination disk

3. Preview the disk layout after cloning.
Click Proceed to execute Windows 7 disk cloning.

Preview source disk and destination disk after cloning

Tips: If you want to boot the computer from the cloned disk, please use Disk clone function, because only cloning C partition cannot ensure you can boot the computer from the cloned disk.

Besides cloning disk, EaseUS also provides file backup, disk backup, full backup, incremental backup, differential backup, schedule backup, etc. features to protect your data.