Hello everyone,I have found that when using xxclone the target drive has to be empty or if it isn't, anything in it will be lost. Is there a way round this?I have a large drive that I would like to use to store other data, as well as a clone of my C: drive, is this possible. Thanks, Pamy
Some useful advice and links to free cloning application freeware at:click here
You would have to partition your target drive. As you rightly say XXclone deletes everythng in the target drive.
Thanks Stuartli,for the informative link.Quiet Life, I thought that's what I would have to do.My HDD is partitioned into two now since I last used xxclone, will xxclone, clone both partitions over in one go or will I have to do them one at a time?
addendum, and onto separate partions?
One at a time.
OK, thanks for advice.Pamy
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