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Will cloning my HDD also clone over the movies/films/music etc

Will it literally clone everything over,

or should I be concerned about losing a few things
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  1. Best answer
    Will it work? Probably. A clone/migration takes everything in a drive or partition.

    But if it goes wrong, having a separate copy of any critical data is a nice thing to have. And you won't know it's gone wrong until it is far too late.
  2. Okay.

    I only have

    some films
    some basic games
    some basic programs, like Microsft Word

    What are my chances of success ?

    Cloning sounds simpler than imaging, so I would prefer to clone.
  3. It should work. more data just means more time and space needed to create the clone file(s)
  4. And when the clone is done, it's ready to be used as my main drive instantly ?
  5. tracker45 said:
    And when the clone is done, it's ready to be used as my main drive instantly ?



    You'll probably have to change the boot order in the BIOS. But other than that, it should work.
  6. Okay.

    It says, how much of the new HDD do I want to use ?


    Should I use all of it, or create a partition ?

    At 2:50 at this video,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__9k1M_2FKo

    What do I do ?


    Also, it says, optimise for SSd ?
    But I am upgrading to a hybrid SSD ?
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