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Old 12-20-2006, 10:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am mirroring a 20GB to an 80GB Hard Drive. I've tried Ghost and HDClone and a few others. The Hard Drive is going into an IBM ThinkPad T30. If I run Ghost 2003 (8.0) the 80GB does not boot in the ThinkPad. If I use HDClone and do a 1-to-1 clone, it boots perfectly, except it doesn't resize the partitions. The hard drive has 2 partitions, 1 is the NTFS partition, and the other is the IBM_Tools partition. I can use a program like linux, GParted, to move the IBM_tools partition to the end of the drive, but I still can't get the NTFS partition to resize to rest of the drive (approx 74GB). Now the NTFS partition is currently only 16GB.

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