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First, it took 17 hours to clone my 120 gig C: drive.
When I booted up, Explorer couldn't find the clone which was working fine before I ran Clone Maxx. Device Manager found it as an unknown type. Clone Maxx said it was there. Changing the BIOS didn't work.
So, I ran the Western Digital utility that came with the drive. It said, Oh, you have a drive that is not recognized by your system. Would you like that fixed? Sure, I answered. It immediately re-partitioned the drive which destroyed all the data on it. So I'm back where I started after wasting a lot of time.
Clone Maxx is worth what it cost - nothing.
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