How to Copy Dynamic Volume
EaseUS Partition Master supports to copy dynamic volume, including simple volume, mirrored volume, striped volume, spanned volume and RAID-5 volume.
Download EaseUS Partition Master and install it. After that, launch EaseUS Partition Master.
Step 1. Locate the dynamic volume
EaseUS Partition Master displays your disk volumes information. Find the dynamic volume, right-click on it and choose Clone.
Step 2. Choose a destination
Choose unallocated space on a disk, which should be large enough to hold the source disk data. Click Next.
Step 3. Preview disk layout and apply changes
You can preview the disk layout of both the source disk and the destination disk. Also, you can resize the volume before proceeding. Click Proceed.
After rebooting and completing the operation, EaseUS Partition Master will shut down the computer automatically. Replace the source dynamic disk that contains the system volume with the destination basic disk, and then boot the computer. (You may see the copy of C: partition has been extended.)
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