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System Migration to Dynamic Disk

Romantus97
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Greetings,

I've bought new Disk, Seagate Barracuda 2TB, but i accidentaly changed it to dynamic, so free migration programs can't migrate OS to new disk from olld one... I've tried programs like EaseUS and boot from flash drive, but my  mobo is the old retarded one with 2,2 TBInfinity and won't recognize Flashdrive with system... I can't see any other solutions, do you know about something what to do?

 

My Setup:

MS760GM-p21-(fx)

Kingmax 8GB 1333MHz

AMD FX 6300 4,2 GHz

Nvidia GTX 1060 3GB

Corsair RM750X

WD Blue 750GB (system disk) + Seagate Barracuda 2TB

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

 

Thanks in advance Romantus97

Just one Czech geek, who still destroys Windows 10

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@KarathKasun so without data loss i need other disk to transfer the data, then convert and transfer data back to Barracuda? I think I rather buy some SSD :D

Just one Czech geek, who still destroys Windows 10

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Just now, Romantus97 said:

@KarathKasun so without data loss i need other disk to transfer the data, then convert and transfer data back to Barracuda? I think I rather buy some SSD :D

You can in place convert with some tools, but most are commercial.

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Its done... I used AOMEI Dynamic Disk manager

Just one Czech geek, who still destroys Windows 10

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@KarathKasun so i hadn't truth, i converted but AOMEI Partition Assistant cant migrate without data loss from disc... 

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Yeah, thats the problem.

 

It CAN be done, but the software which can is not cheap last I checked.

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@KarathKasunyeah it isnt :D what if i Just copy system files to disk and boot? Would it work? 

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