System image help Tags: SSD Hard Drives Storage Last response: April 14, 2012 2:37 PM in Storage Share olivierhacking April 14, 2012 2:30:12 PM Hi, I currently have a 1TB HDD, of which I am using 420 GBs. If I get a 500GB SSD, will I be able to use the system image and tranfer it to the SSD? Or does the new drive have to be 1TB? More about : system image terryd75 April 14, 2012 2:37:55 PM olivierhacking said:Hi, I currently have a 1TB HDD, of which I am using 420 GBs. If I get a 500GB SSD, will I be able to use the system image and tranfer it to the SSD? Or does the new drive have to be 1TB? No, you'll be fine. U wont have a problem until the storage drive is full. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedSystem Image Help Forum SolvedSystem Image Restore Failing After Installing New SSD, Please Help! Forum SolvedHelp Me create a System image of JUST windows and drivers for Hard-Disk migration, please. Forum System Image Backup Help ( Forum "A system image cannot be saved on this location" HELP! Forum System Image HELP Forum Help! What's the best system to go from image to tv slides.. Forum SolvedCreating a system image Forum SolvedDon't Have A System Image!! Forum SolvedOnly 320gb detected of new 1tb hard drive after restoring with system image Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 System Image Backup is selecting two drives as System Forum SolvedCan't do system image recovery Forum SolvedSystem image before or after drivers Forum SolvedBOOTMGR image is corrupt. System cannot boot. Forum SolvedWill backing up windows/createing a system image Forum SolvedFormat DVD -R so System Image Backup & File History detects drive Forum SolvedSystem Image to regular storage drive Forum SolvedHow can I use a System image for all machines? Forum SolvedCreate System Image Failed - Not enough disk space Forum SolvedCan I recover a system image after partitioning a drive? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !