Re: Cloning drives
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It is but the ones I've used drop into a kind of temporary dos version so you hear nothing, even errors if you run it.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Some do allow the cloning script to be written in windows and then it runs in its own Os as neither drive can have a running windows on it during the process as there is a swap file and other files locked and hence they will not be faithfully copied unless you exit windows.
I've not tried it lately but it would be nice to know what works for those with no sight at all.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Cloning drives
Would acronis work for that? I'm actually not sure if that's available on