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Male speaker: This is a free computer consultant, we are going do a video today on hard drives and USB drives and the cloning of one drive to another. In this case, what I have got here is the USB enclosure that I have made just kind of out of kit; it's going to 160 gigabyte hard drive connections on the back, just really isn't big enough my purposes any more.
So what I have done is I bought an another hard drive to replace it, in this case it is just Hitachi just are 320 gigabyte drive and when I'm going put all the information from the old drive on to the new drive is I'm going to install both of these drives in to the working computer and going to used one of my favorite programs out there today Acronis true image software to clone the one drive on to the other, and you will see the automatically what's you take care of size differentiation you can, you can do other new partition on the same size or making in my case is make the whole new drive one large partition and we are going do quite easily we won't not even use windows operating system anything else I just going move from clone a CD to do that job and so I'm going to take the old drive out of thing closure and the new drive on the back and I'm going put in a computer.
Here is the sort of the drive and the enclosure of this probably isn't favorite design and was a another way enclosure that I did the jobs it's not easy to take part as the newer once, but it works and as you can it's got an IDE cable power cable and it's got a fan in there circulatory not much to it very easy to put kit together though.
Here is sort of these two drives, since they are IDE now I can put them into machine on the same cable as one has to be configured as a master device and one as a slave with these Hitachi formally ID on drives it's pretty easy to, to read the code and figure out what you want. The top one here is the master as you can see may be with the code here on the left of the bottom one is the is the slave, I have change the code isn't quite as easy to read there, but is still have it have a right on the drive some drive I not, not as evident you have to dig in some documentation that must be done to a to get the IDE drive function correctly with both them on the same cable. Again you see these drives so much strategically placed on those things don't do as I do as I say, but we do have the drives you know separate here just going two a piece of phone form to set on, if I would just disconnect the actual driver normally runs the computer, so we don't need it just need the CD drive and these two new drives new to the machine that is cable together on the same IDE cable and I say as a it's caveat you do not need a jumper them in this faction for master and slave.
If you are using what's called cable select where the cable is actually wired and such a way that it tells the drive what to do and there is a separate jumper settings for cable select on each drive what you are dealing gateway and those kind of machine come with implementing cables select I don't typically use it usually we don't even have more then one drive in the machine and that the new drives ETA that's not even factor any more, but the older IDE drives it is.
Now this particular PC we don't have the ever do convenient F8 for BBS pop-up on the boots, so I didn't have to go on BIOS tell it to boot from the CD as you can see it is the Acronis Rescue Media and it's giving as choice, you can boot to the saved version to fuller version or windows in this case. I'm using the Acronis True Image Workstation and we are going to take the full version.
Okay here we are at the main menu, doesn't quite boot as quickly, but that's really quick. We have the choice here, we can back up few recovery, finding different things we don't we are going to clone this disc to use the wizard one of the things I typically do not use the automatic mode, use the manual the in precise you know exactly what I'm getting, I'm going end up with, now you can see disc one is the old 160 giga drive and disc two is the new 320 gigabyte and doesn't show quite because of formatting is showing 153 and 298, but you can see primary master, primary slave so if you have any doubt it's not easy to determine on which drive and which by size or by brand or you can always go by master and slave.
So here it's asking us to select the old or source from that table list of drives and I'm going to make sure disc one is highlighted put next, destination is of course process full make sure you are here disc 2 and we'll select that. I had saying that on the old drive to I want to do something different destroy the data, wipe it out. No I want to keep the data for now wipe it out later, when I have a got copy and over things find with the new drive and can get rid of that at anytime.
So I'll keep the data and you can select the moving method as propositional that means if you used half the old drive as second partition and here the old drive as the second partition will do the new drive the someway fifty-fifty or 75, 25 whatever in proportion where can use as has if you just want that 160 giga one the old drive the 160 giga on the new drive and add some free space over you can do that or go do manual proportional at work here because it support drive but which is quicker than manual kind a see what's going on there.
Here is the only part that might be just tag bit confusing someone that has you done it. If you want to change something you check the box for proceed the 0:06:55 out. And now will actually even though it is the way wants it just to show you here what you can do you can select the partition and you can change it, it's tell me how many an allocated bytes before or after you grab over this slider here and you can if you move it to once you start making some changes just kind of take the hand and move it back and forward, but I do want the entire space for the new partition put next and here you have to uncheck proceeding way-out or else you end up in a loop just kind of go back and forth next screen, but we are going just here is the before cloning, here is after cloning, that's way we put next.
As since we booted from the recovery CD this one not require, you know reboot or anything or it will do it all in this one pass. Quick procedure start and this gone kind of check things out and we will start moving the data. Now you kind of see in a progress bars 0:08:09 remaining we change 3 then 2. Once it actually get started you can, you can't account on it being very accurate saying 1:53 minutes to 1:46, you know 5 minute's solving to the process you have a pretty good idea how long it's going to take and no what I could considering look at the screen for the whole time.
Now you can see the progress bar actually it's starting to move little bit just 0:08:36 so go by and it's time 1:60 remaining and that's probably pretty close while alternate out being and now we have successful cloning completed and okay, exit, now reboot and we are all done. We all finish with the clone when remembered a take this jumper put it back into the primary or master position. Now go ahead and reassemble that into end enclosure and I will be up and running the old drive 160 gigabyte, well I'll get recycle into a work station that doesn't needing drive larger than that. I hope and upgrade for somebody else, that it for right now. You can see the ease of what was done in Acronis true image workstation does a fantastic job what do in such in task.