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How to Clone and Move System Reserved Partition to Another Drive?

Posted on Apr 03, 2018 by Tracy King to Partition Manager

Summary:
Are you looking for a way to move your system reserved partition to another drive in Windows 10/8/7? This tutorial article will show you how to securely clone and move the system reserved partition to another drive without any boot problems.

How to move system reserved partition to another drive after system migration?

Case 1. Can I move the system reserved partition to my new SSD?

"Hi there, do you know how to move the system reserved partition to my new SSD? I added a new SSD to my computer yesterday and migrated the OS to the new disk.
But the problem is that the system reserved partition is still on the old hard drive. So I want to know if it’s possible to move the system reserved partition to my new SSD? How?
"

Case 2. System clone left the system reserved partition on the original disk, how to move it to a new disk?

"I cloned my system to a bigger hard drive the other day. Everything’s working fine on my computer. But the system reserved partition was left on the original old disk, not moved to the new drive. 
Is it possible to move the system reserved partition to the new drive?
"

How to move system reserved partition to new disk.

Are you having a similar issue as the above-described problems? If your system partition and system reserved partition is on two different disks as the above image shown, just relax and follow provided solutions to remove your system reserved partition to another drive without boot problem now:

Step 1. Download the best partition manager software for help

To make the system reserved partition remove process simple and easy for you, we highly recommend you to apply professional partition manager software - EaseUS Partition Master will simply move your system reserved partition to another drive with a few simple clicks.

You can download and install this software on your PC and activate it to remove partition to another disk on your own now:

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 Windows 10 is supported

Step 2. Clone and move System Reserved Partition to another drive without boot problem

1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master on your PC, locate and right-click on the System Reserved Partition, and select Clone partition

Move system reserved partition to new disk.

2.Select an unallocated space on the destination disk - new hard drive and click Next to continue moving system reserved partition to your new disk. 

Select new disk as destination to save system reserved partition.

3. Adjust partition size for saving the cloned system reserved partition files and data. 
Do remember to set the drive letter to None. Click Finish to complete the process. 

Complete system reserved partition removing process.

4. Then click Apply to execute all operations.

After this, you can change the partition lable to System Reserved and set the partition as Active on your new disk.

Note: One more thing that you need to notice is that the system reserved partition has to be a primary partition so to ensure the system can boot on new disk without any problems. 
If the cloned and moved system reserved partition is not a primary partition yet, you can refer to convert logical partition to primary partition with the help of EaseUS Partition Master.