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Select Backup Target Drive

Do It Yourself: Upgrade A Notebook's Hard Drive
Select Backup Target Drive

After launching the backup, you have to select a target hard drive. Be sure a suitable additional hard drive is attached to the system, partitioned, and formatted. Any internal or external interface should fine, but USB 2.0 is probably the most universal and convenient. The drive must provide enough capacity to store your entire system image, which can easily be 20GB and more, depending on how many and which applications you have installed.

In our case, we connected a portable 320GB hard drive, which easily can store our 18GB system installation. Click "Next" to continue.

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