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Transfer Recovery Partition to SSD in Windows 10

Updated on Nov 29, 2018 by Brithny to Partition Master

Summary:
Try EaseUS Partition Master to transfer recovery partition to SSD in Windows 10. It can easily copy or migrate partition to the unallocated space on the hard drive or another disk.

How can I transfer recovery partition to SSD in Windows 10

I have a laptop running Windows 10. It comes with an Acer recovery partition. And now I need to make a hard drive change. I ordered a new Crucial M4 128 Solid State Drive and I want to use it on my laptop as a boot disk for my Windows. But I don’t know how to take the recovery partition off the old hard drive and put it on the SSD. You know, all the necessary drivers are on the recovery partition, which is the main reason I want to have it on my SSD. So my question is that how I can move recovery partition from HDD to SSD in Windows 10. Any help?

In fact, you will find it is not so difficult as you have expected to transfer recovery partition to SSD in Windows 10 if you find an easy solution. So what is the easy way? Here you might need a disk copy or partition copy software to ask for help.

How to transfer recovery partition to SSD in Windows 10

EaseUS Partition Tool is such a program that can help you achieve your goal easily. Its disk copy wizard can help you clone or migrate partition to the unallocated space on the hard drive or another disk. And during the partition copy process, it allows you to resize partitions in order to fit the target partition. It is safe. So you can try it to transfer recovery partition to SSD in Windows 10 with no hesitation.

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 Windows 10 is supported

 

Step 1: Launch EaseUS Partition Master on your computer, right-click the system reserved partition, and choose "Clone".

Clone Partition - Step 1

Step 2: EaseUS Partition Master will select the unallocated space on your computer as the target partition automatically. Check it and click "Next" to continue.

Clone Partition - Step 2

Step 3: Then you can resize the target partition according to your needs. After that, click "OK".

Clone Partition - Step 3

Step 4: Click the "Execute Operation" button in the top-left corner to review the changes, then click "Apply" to start cloning your system reserved partition.

Clone Partition - Step 3