Migrate OS to SSD

Discussion in 'Other Paragon Disk Utilities' started by BkNeko, Feb 28, 2012.

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  1. BkNeko
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    BkNeko Registered Member

    Hi today i bought the program
    "Paragon-198-PEE_WinInstallSNU_10.0.17.13028_000"
    For some reason I keep getting an error about “Bad Parameter of function”
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    I'm currently using windows 7 64bits
    and I tried in both new Samsung 830 SSD with same error
  2. BkNeko
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    BkNeko Registered Member

    wow 95 views in 7 days and still no respond from a mod?
  3. rebin2012
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    rebin2012 Registered Member

    Also, you can try to use a free migration OS tool: AOMEI Partition Assistant 5.0 Home Edition, it provides a migration wizard and supports migrate OS to SSD/HDD for free.
  4. TSchneider75
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    That looks not so good.

    I get my new Samsung SSD today and I want to clone my Win7 64bit from my OCZ 64GB onto this fresh one.


    Well, thhis time I started looking in advance if there are issues with Paragon.
    I own the HDM pro from 2011 but I had two times severe issues with it so I fell back using Ghost 15.1 exclusively for my backup tasks and did no partitioning jobs anymore.

    So, Paragon was in the shelf so to speak.

    But now I just want to clone my OSZ SSD to my new Samsung SSD.


    Well, since cloning - especially via Ghost 15.1 would clone bad sectors too, I thought, what the hack, check Paragon again :)

    Now, I thought, mhh HDM pro has this " Paragon Migrate OS to SSD " function besides normal cloning. I think and hope that the difference between both will be what I described. Skipping of bad sectors and so. And alligning.



    Can you and other Paragon users tell me more?

    * Should I use Paragon Migrate OS to SSD ?
    * Or should I clone 1:1 with what ever tool. There are dozends.
    * Should I look for another move to SSD tool?


    Thank you ver much!!!


    PS:
    My procedure will be that I will attach the new SSD into a USB dock or inside my PC at a SATA port. After cloning the old one goes out and the new Samsung SDD will take its place (the SATA port where the old one was.
  5. starfish_001
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    I used paragon drive copy to migrate - it aligned the drive and completed the activities pretty seamlessly
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    Have you checked the disk for errors? could an av or firewall be stopping the imaging?
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