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How to clone Windows XP OS to new hard drive?

Dec 17, 2014 / Posted by Daisy to Todo Backup Resource

Step-by-step tutorial to clone Windows XP OS to new HDD/SSD for system transfer or disk replacement with EaseUS Todo Backup.

With the increasing needs for backup and clone, Windows XP users need a powerful software that can backup and clone Windows hard drive to a new computer. You may need cloning at the times when you want to upgrade your hard drive in Windows XP, need a duplicate of your entire disk or transfer Windows XP system from HDD to SSD (Solid State Drive).

EaseUS Todo Backup is a backup & restore and cloning software for Windows 8/7/Vista/XP. With EaseUS Todo Backup,  you can easily clone Windows XP system drive to a new and bigger HDD or SSD (Solid State Drive) without reinstalling Windows XP operating system and applications or transfer all data including operating system and applications from one hard drive to another.

Tutorial to clone Windows XP system drive to another:

2. Select source disk you want to clone: Windows XP system drive.

Select source disk

3. Select the destination disk: new hard drive or SSD. (Sector by sector clone option in Advanced options enables you to clone all sectors from source disk to destination disk.) Tick "Optimize for SSD" option.

Select destination disk

4. Preview the disk layout after cloning.

5. Click Proceed to execute cloning.

Besides clone feature, EaseUS Todo Backup also provides you the comprehensive backup & recovery features to protect your OS and data with four backup types: full backup, incremental backup, differential backup and schedule backup.