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Old 07-15-2012, 11:10 PM   #1
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Hard Drive Cloning

Hi There,
Can anyone kindly help share a simple procedure and if possible a free software that can surely work how to clone the main Hard Drive to the other. BTW! Im using Centos in my main HDD. Thanks & appreciate your help. Jun.

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Are you running Linux? If so, then the "dd" command is one standard solution.
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Thanks for the input guys. Yes im running Linux.


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