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Old 05-08-2008, 11:18 AM
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Old 10-23-2008, 03:30 PM
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Try xxclone. You can make bootable windows hard drive clones, including NTFS. http://www.xxclone.com
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I may need to start another forum thread, but this seems really close to my situation. I am looking at SD! to clone my boot drive in transition to a larger drive. I have a partition on a secondary drive for BootCamp. But I want to clone this Bootcamp partition to another stand alone drive that will not be partitioned. Can SD! handle the Bootcamp partition (running Win XP) to another drive or do I need WinClone in addition to SD! Thanks for your help!
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You have to use something else for that volume: we don't copy non-HFS+ stuff.
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Win HD cloner - Apricorn

I'm the IT grunt for my company (all Dell Windows gear) and I bought an Apricorn "Hard Drive Adapter" a year ago to clone PCs' HDs. It comes with a nifty dual PATA/SATA adapter plug, power (wall wart) power supply (to power the external drive), a USB cable, and a software CD. It lets me clone in any combination: external to/from internal, workstation(3.5")/laptop(2.5"), PATA/SATA. The software CD contains support for cloning MAC drives (via Shirt-Sleeve's SuperDuper!) and Windows drives .. making bootable HDs in both environments. It couldn't be easier to use and it's saved my bacon on several PC occasions. I have not used it with MACs Intel platform .. dunno how well it works with cloning such drives.

I bought it from a local computer store, and you can order it from the company's website <B>www.apricorn.com</B> .. depending upon what promotions are going at the time, it sells for $29.95 or $39.95.

No, I don't work for Apricorn - nor Shirt-Sleeve. Hope this helps.
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Your description of that Apricon adaptor (which I couldn't find on their site) basically matches this:

Newer Technology Universal Drive Adapter -... (U2NV2SPATA) at OWC
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