05-15-2011 11:39 AM
Using DiskWizard to clone harddrive from system a to b (both WIndows 7)
Everything worked fine but system b ended up with a extra partition (D: drive) with an inov8log and a few other folders.
Any ideas why and how to get rid of it?
10-30-2011 04:35 AM
I have the same problem under Win7.
I wanted to create a clone from my new seagate HD to my older seagate HD.
As the new HD to be cloned had partitions C and D (and a hidden partition-100MB- created by Win7) , the cloning process (done with Discwizard latest version (11) ) created the partitions E (reserved to system), F (copy of C) , H (reserved to system), and I (copy of D). The G is the DVD.
A previous attempt of cloning only the C failed and I had an error message "No Boot Manager".
The boot manager is found in the 100MB hidden partition created by Win7 and, as this partition was not cloned, I could not boot from the newly created partition.
So, the whole thing is working correctly now but I find annoying to have all this drive letters.
Is there a solution for that ?