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HDClone: Hard Disk Backup and Migration Tool For Windows

If the existing hard disk’s capacity is too small or filled with lots of files and data, and thinking a way to move them to a large, newer hard disk, HDClone is what you are looking for. You can use this free tool to migrate an existing installation to a new hard disk or for rescuing data.
HDClone supports SATA, ATA, and IDE hard disks, and also supports USB 1.1 and 2.0, OHCI, EHCI and UHCI connections.

With the free version of HDClone, you can clone the entire hard drive and enjoy the features like physical images, self-booting, etc.

It supports Windows 7, Vista, and XP and is available for free download (12.4Mb) at official website here.


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