Auto tune for fl. 21 Responses to “BootCamp Mac Disk Clone to a Larger HD”. Btw, Im going from a SATA 256GB SSD (original on iMac27″) to a Crucial 1TB SSD M550 drive. I can boot into OSX and Windows just fine. I just can’t clone the windows partitions to finish the installation. Any help is greatly appreciated. Mar 01, 2011 Trying to clone my boot camp drive has been a nightmare and none of it is making sense. I used Norton GHOST to clone my hard drive, I read that you can use that to do clones. So I did that, rebooted and help option to boot from my new drive. Windows 7 says it was not a legit copy. Here’s how I finally got my 250GB dual boot drive cloned over to the new 500GB drive. the problem You have a Boot Camp partition on your mac hard disk so you can’t just do a straight clone of the entire drive using Carbon Copy Cloner or Super Duper (those programs don’t clone the Windows partition).
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I currently have a 200GB bootcamp partition on my 2TB internal iMac hard drive. I want more space for my windows partition. I have a spare 500GB Hard drive laying around, and was wondering if there was a way that I could clone the bootcamp partition from my iMac onto that drive. I'd still want it to be bootable.That way I could have an extra 300GB of space without sacrificing my internal HD. Is there an easy way to do this? Thanks!
iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.3)