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    After Repair-Winxp-systempartition has wrong letter. H

    Since 2tb-HHD was coming right from docking-station to be repaired on first slot of PC when repair was done(systeminstallation but leaving alone programs and data) i could see the all original wrong letters were used. could adjust all letters of other than systempartition i could adjust. but not H to C(systempartition).
    Have now big problems since i must activate and i cannot install driver for new videocard.
    maybe best giving up that drive. and backup the backup-drive to have a new original. since i will not boot with it anymore-will be blocked in 3 days anyhow-is it a good idea deleting systempartion or better leave it alone? Thanks
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    Trueimage is puzzling me.
    If only the good drive is installed. partition is named: ABC123O(C) I added O since otherwise one cannot seperate the partitions which were named the same.
    If i have the donor and wrongly lettered Harddrive attached, Trueimage will not show (C) but D for the Donor-systempartition. That could mean i will not have partition C on systempartition of receiver-drive. right? chaos totale. and actually original key is not accepted anymore-phone-activation.
    one drive attached:
    Donor-Systempartition: ABC123O (C:
    Receiver-Systemparition: ABC123 (D:
    Both drives attached-Trueimage showing:
    Donor-Systempartition: ABC123O (D:
    Receiver-Systemparition: ABC123 (C:
    Will take a shot of real names now.
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    Trueimage cannot copy partition to partition

    It seems Trueimage cannot copy partition to partition. So should i do it indirectly. saving it as file and recover to other hdd?
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    Partition to partition with Driveimage XML

    How about Driveimage XML for partition to partition?
    https://www.chip.de/downloads/DriveI..._23847523.html
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    Driveimage XML english site

    Quote Originally Posted by europanorama View Post
    How about Driveimage XML for partition to partition?
    https://www.chip.de/downloads/DriveI..._23847523.html
    https://www.runtime.org/driveimage-xml.htm
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    I will prepair this Runtime Live CD which has Driveimage XML installed. nice/important explenations about Driveimage-behaviour.
    https://www.runtime.org/data-recovery-live-cd.htm
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