Hard drive swap Tags: Hard Drives SSD Storage Last response: November 30, 2010 3:31 PM in Storage Share steadfast1984 November 29, 2010 5:33:52 PM I want to buy a SSD, my question is, can I some how clone my current harddrive to the new SSD and install it without doing a clean Fresh install of the OS? or is this idea a waste of time? (system specs on profile) More about : hard drive swap mosox a b G Storage November 30, 2010 8:54:44 AM IMO in the time you do that you can do a fresh install. You can keep both OS for a while until you get the second one up and running with all the applications. m 0 l Houndsteeth November 30, 2010 3:31:32 PM Acronis True Image. You'll have to pay for it, but it does a very good job. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedusing a hot swap bay vs using an external hard drive for a moving hard drive Forum SolvedHow do I safely dismount a 3.5" internal sata hard drive from an internal hot swap bay when it doesn't show up in the safely r Forum SolvedHard drive swap? Forum SolvedCan I buy an SSD and swap my computer's Hard drive with it? Forum SolvedHard drive swap 2.5in Forum SolvedHard Drive Swap Forum SolvedHard Drive swap, Compatible or not? Forum SolvedRAID 0 Hard Drive Swap Forum Hard Drive swap Forum SolvedSwap bios on hard drive pcb Forum SolvedHard Drive Swap Boot problem Dell inspiron 1520 Forum SolvedSwap Hard Drive Data(Or get a SSD?) Forum SolvedHelp with Hard Drive Swap Forum SolvedCan I use a swap bay to exchange hard drives with different opperating systems loaded on them? Forum Laptop Hard Drive Platter Swap? Forum SolvedSwap Windows Versions between 2 hard drives Forum Can I swap boards , use new cpu and still use the old hard drive? Forum WTS - Mini-ITX Motherboard, Memory, Hard Drive, Hot Swap and PSU Bundle Forum How easy is it to swap data from one hard drive to another? Forum Laptop hard drive swap Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !