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I am in the process of cloning my HDD to a new SSD. I would like to be able to boot directly from the new SSD. Is this possible? Any advice?
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Of course you can boot the computer from the new SSD after clone finish. To make this smoothly, choosing a useful disk clone software will be the first and most important part. I think Renee Becca could be a good choice. It has helped me clone disk to SSD or larger HDD for many times. After clone finished, I can boot the computer from the new disk without going through complicated settings or other steps. Besides, it also provides backup, restore function and system migration which will just clone system to other disk.
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