> How to > Partition Master Guide > How to upgrade system hard disk to a bigger one?

How to upgrade system hard disk to a bigger one?

2016-08-02 09:43:48 Posted by Daisy to Partition Master Guide

Summary:
How to solve old system hard disk low disk space problem? Free upgrade system hard disk to a bigger one with EaseUS Partition Master.

Low disk space problem of system hard disk will make you unable to upgrade applications and system, or store more data. Change a new bigger hard disk will be a good solution, but reinstalling operating system and applications will be a a time-consuming job. Why not clone system disk to a bigger one? It is the fast and easy way to solve low disk space problem of system hard disk, and you needn't reinstall system or applications.

How to upgrade system hard disk with EaseUS Partition Master?

EaseUS Partition Master provides "Upgrade disk" function to help you upgrade system hard disk to a bigger one and solve low disk space problem. Please following the step-by-step guide below.

1. Connect the bigger hard disk to the computer (If it is new hard disk, please initialize it to MBR disk.).

2. Install and launch EaseUS Partition Master.

3. Select Wizard -> Clone disk wizard from the main menu.

Select upgrade disk

4. Disk Clone Wizard will automatically check the source disk, and then click Next.

Upgrade system disk

5. Choose the destination disk - Disk 2, and then click "Next".

Upgrade system disk

* If there are some partitions on the destination disk, please confirm to delete the partitions and data on the destination disk. Click Next.

6. Resize partitions on the destination disk. Position the mouse pointer on the left or right partition handle; the mouse pointer changes to a double-headed arrow and drag the handle to the partition size you want. Click OK.

Upgrade system disk

7. To preview the result on the left panel "Pending Operations". If it is right, then click "Apply". Tick "Shut down the computer after changes are applied."

Shut down computer

8. Please replace the source disk with destination disk and then boot the computer.