Seagate's Cloning Software Tags: Hard Drives Software Seagate Storage Last response: June 14, 2009 8:54 PM in Storage Share rwayne June 14, 2009 7:57:49 PM I bought a 1 Terabyte Sata Drive from Best Buy yesterday. It comes with software that allows you to reimage your current hard drive on to this one. Could this mess up my programs if I reimage my old hard drive to this new one I bought? I have I-Tunes and also some DRM games like 2K9 NBA basketball and stuff. More about : seagate cloning software huron a b G Storage June 14, 2009 8:14:27 PM Imaging by nature makes an exact copy. Your programs and settings should remain intact. I thought one of those manufacturers (possible seagate) used a copy of Acronis, a very good imaging software. You should be just fine, but the cool thing is, if it didn't work like you wanted it, you can always use the old HDD until you get it right. rwayne June 14, 2009 8:54:09 PM Thank you so much. Yes. Acronis is the software they included or rebranded I should say. I was waiting for your response. I think I will reimage tonight. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Anyone use Seagate Disk Wizard for Cloning ? Forum Seagate cloning issue Forum Best cloning /imaging software for my needs Forum Best disk cloning software Forum Acronis 11 or Seagate clone software better? Forum Cloning my HDD to SSD Forum Cloning internal HDD OS to new internal SSD Forum Cloning from HDD to SDD - getting stuck on "Loading Operating System" Forum Cloning hard drive with recovery partition to bigger hard drive Forum Cloning rename partition Forum Help with cloning hdd windows 7??? Forum Cloning HD to SSD - Question Forum Cloning hard drive lenovo t61 laptop Forum Cloning HDD with Discwizard problem Forum Cloning a Hard Drive Forum Cloning two hard drives Forum My computer is saying that there is a hard disk failure Forum Whats inside seagate usb2 external harddrive ? Forum Data Recovery Software? Forum Seagate drive was replaced 6 months ago and I have bad sectors again! Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !