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December 17, 2012

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Mr. G.:

I would submit that the exact same (easy) process is used with a PC, but you would use something like Norton Ghost to copy the old hard drive image to the new, and Ghost costs money ... thought there is doubtless a free alternate available.

I think some SSD replacement drives include a copy of the ghosting software.

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