You just have to click on the drive you want to clone under backup. I can’t clone all the partitions on the old drive. Says not enough space. It’s cloning by USB 2.0. Damn thing doesn’t want to show up on the one USB 3.0 port.
Should go to bed. It’ll take an hour or longer. Laptop won’t see it at all if I plug it into the USB 3.0 port.
Funny the internet says Macrium is easy to use. Not if you don’t associate backup with cloning. You’ll see no cloning tab, and assume it doesn’t do cloning.
Apparently if I copy from one USB 3.0 drive to another, both will disappear until I reboot. Need a non via chipset USB 3.0 card. It’s good for one thing at a time, but that’s it. Backing up my old laptop drive to my SSD this time. Luckily I’m only using around 50 GB on the old laptop drive.
Not seeing any good USB 3.0 cards on Amazon. Got to spend more then 20 bucks, otherwise it will probably suck. Oh well, only need to use one drive at a time anyways. Maybe my next computer will have onboard USB 3.0 that works. I suppose the onboard USB 3.0 might work in Windows. It did the disconnecting thing in linux. To lazy to try it.
Don’t think it did that in Windows 7. Probably need to update the driver. Syba’s site doesn’t have a new driver. Maybe Windows 10 isn’t using the old driver. Yup it’s using a driver by Microsoft.
Not if you boot it from a USB drive, I can restore a backup, or create a backup. No option to clone. If you use it in Windows, not Windows Pe, you can clone I think. Booting Todo Backup on my laptop now, might be frozen. Guess I’ll boot the old drive from USB and then clone the running system.
Nope won’t boot from the old drive in my dock. Can I create a backup and save it to the old drive, and then restore the backup? Hell, I could boot Ubuntu and do it faster.
Going to put Todo Backup on the Sandisk drive my laptop came with. It won’t turn on with my Lexar thumb drive in a USB 2.0 port. Need the one USB 3.0 port for my HD dock.
Not using VLC to play my music anymore, I was playing it from my Samba share on my Hackintosh, but the music stops randomly. I tried using the UPNP in VLC, but it won’t show anything when I double click my Hackintosh.
Foobar2000 has a UPNP plugin and it appears to work just fine so far. I assume my music won’t stop randomly with UPNP, because it’s using Twonky. Had no problems streaming videos with Twonky using my NVIDIA SHIELD.