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Oct 21, 2013

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Manuel

Thanks a lot for pointing out this software. After hours of unsuccessful trials I will try this now.

Jim

I suffered the same frustrations as you describe here this past weekend. I purchased a Samsung SSD primarly because I had heard good things about their migration utility, but it did not work at all. Ultimately, I used MiniTool Partition Wizard Free software to accomplish this task. The latest version (v9) has a migrate OS to SSD option that worked perfectly after I manually adjusted all the partition sizes and hit the apply button.

I was so happy when I installed the SSD in the laptop and it booted to Windows immediately. I happened so fast I didn't even have time to hit the Setup button to make sure the BIOS recognized the new SSD.

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