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HDClone Free Edition

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HDClone Free Edition Description:

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The Free Edition of HDClone is the ideal tool for cloning, migrating and imaging contents of internal/mobile hard disks, SSD and USB media. Since it works on physical level it can be used with any operating system and any filesystem. HDClone copies the data for you. This allows you to transfer entire system installations to a newer hard disk quickly and easily (hard disk migration) and to do backups. It also adds the additional disk space automatically if desired. Since HDClone has its own operating system and is self-booting, it can be used even if the installed operating system is damaged. Therefore HDClone is also a great solution for data rescue on damaged hard disks or system installations. The commercial versions HDClone Basic Edition, HDClone Standard Edition, HDClone Advanced Edition, HDClone Professional Edition, and HDClone Enterprise Edition offer extended features.

System Requirements: 256 MB RAM
Operating System Support: Linux, MS-DOS, Unix, Win2000, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Win98, WinOther, WinServer, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP, Win8 x32, Win8 x64, Win10 x32, Win10 x64, Other
Tags: hard, disk, drive, copy, clone, backup


HDClone Free Edition reviewReview for HDClone Free Edition

HDClone Free Edition rating 4.62 out of 5 based on 21 ratings. With 9 user reviews.

55555 Windows 7

Great software, also works on Windows 7. Easy to handle!

11111 windows 7

worked fine, but not on windows 7
message error came up on new hard drive
"this is not a genuine copy of windows"
nothing you can do to fix it.

11111 Hard drive copy

As far as I remember I successfully cloned hard drive back in Feb 2010. I tried to clone several drives recently but it failed every time. Initially it reminds me that free edition offers basic copying functionality. Every time I use the drive to drive copy function, it responded with positive result without any read/write errors. Each copy took (120GB drive to 120GB drive) 4 to 6 hours. Unfortunately those copies became unusable. You cannot boot from those, more over system cannot recognize the drives. Anyone know what is going on? I am using windows XP.

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