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Hey Mark, I'm Tim.....can you explain abit more, this does not make total sense.
Gotcha, since the new drive is partitioned, no you can't use that software, However it would be a bad idea to use anyways since all you really need or want is your data...you can reinstall programs, there is no point in polluting the new OS/PC with the old one, all you should really need to do is move Pics, Videos, Office docs, etc off manually using something like a USB thumb stick, or a USB Harddrive.....I've never used laplink, and would never recommend something like that which wnats to "move all of your data" You would just be slowing the new PC down right out the gate.
But the partitioning is what is preventing it, once PC thinks the others hard drive is much smaller, even though its not......that software is fairly dumb, and its often times BEST to do it by hand. Does that make sense?
Again, as i've not worked with the software you are using, I can not say for sure, I can remote in and see what I can do, but moving things manually is always best, out of say a***** the only actual amount of data needed to move would be 50% of that, and thats PUSHING it
Manually is 100% the best bet.
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Ok, will do. Thanks Mark.