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[Windows Guide] How to Transfer/Copy Data from One Internal Hard Drive to Another

Updated on Apr 09, 2019 by Brithny to Disk/Partition Clone

What is the best way to transfer data from one internal hard drive to another? This guide shows you copy and transfer everything from one internal hard drive to another. Follow this guide and migrate your data in a fast way.

Copy Everything from One Hard Drive to Another

An internal hard drive with lots of storage space can give your PC a new lease on life and can improve your system's performance. Sometimes the smaller hard drive runs out of space easily! A nice choice is to transfer all of the data or files to the bigger internal hard drive.

However, simply copy and past will waste a lot of time and energy. How to transfer or copy large files at a fast speed? Besides, simply copy and paste may miss some data. How to make sure that you have transferred everything on your hard drive?

You are in the right place! This post provides the tried and true way to migrate all of your internal hard drive data to another easily. All you need is a fast copy software - EaseUS Disk Copy which enables you to achieve the purposes of the following.

  • Easily make a full copy of the operating system to a new hard drive.
  • Automatically create a bootable CD/DVD or USB disk to clone entire hard drive for disk upgrade to a new or bigger disk.
  • Complete sector-by-sector copy of the disk copy which ensures the target disk/partition 100% identical to the original.

Just follow the provided tool and tips below to copy the internal hard drive to another now. 

How to Transfer Data from One Internal Hard Drive to Another

Tips: Please activate EaseUS Disk Copy for a smooth disk copying or cloning process.


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Step 1: Download, install and run EaseUS Disk Copy on your PC.

Click "Disk Mode" and select the hard drive that you want to copy or clone. Click "Next" to continue.

select the hard drive that you want to clone

Step 2: Select the destination disk.

Note: The destination disk should be at least the same big or even larger than the source disk if you want to copy or clone the source hard disk.

select the destination disk

Step 3: Click "OK" to confirm if the program asks to erase data on the destination disk.

confirm the message

Step 4: Check and edit the disk layout.

If your destination disk is an SSD drive, do remember to Check the option if the target is SSD.

check the diak layout

Step 5: Click "Proceed" to start the hard drive cloning process.

click proceed to start the cloning process