[操作疑難] 舊SSD clone 新SSD

是咁的,

notebook 上年由HDD轉SSD, 因為SIZE唔同, 果陣好似搞左幾日試左好多方法先可以將大容量HDD CLONE左去細SSD 度


點知隻SSD一年唔夠開始出事, 試過開機DETECT唔到, HDTUNE又SCAN到BAD SECTOR,
我既計劃係買一隻新既, CLONE舊既過去, 洗左舊SSD D野, 再拎返俾代理換

但係已經唔記得當年係點HDD-> SSD了

如果得一部NOTEBOOK, 可以點將而家用黎BOOT機既SSD CLONE落另一隻SSD度而又BOOT得番?
SSDERROR.jpg

跟SSD 通常有SOFTWARE 跟埋

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整個recovery落USB到再裝去新SSD

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HDTUNE 岩用黎睇SSD?

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    唔睇得?

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    唔睇得?
dvd-rw 發表於 2015-3-23 23:16



   http://www.hkepc.com/forum/viewthread.php?tid=1633571

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    Question
My SSD has a lot of bad sectors. Do I need to replace it?
Answer
With a traditional hard drive, that is often the case, but with an SSD things are a bit different. Due to the nature of flash technology it's normal to have a small number of bad sectors on an SSD, and as long as the number of bad sectors remains constant there is no reason for concern. The firmware on the SSD keeps track of all bad sectors and marks them as unusable. So even though the bad sectors are present on the drive they never come into play, and data is never written to them.

The easiest way to keep track of the number of bad sectors on an SSD is to run ChkDsk (short for "check disk") in Windows. After checking the drive, ChkDsk will report the number of bad sectors it found. Simply make a note of what that number is, and run ChkDsk again after a couple of days.

If the number of bad sectors remains the same, all is well.

If the number of bad sectors is increasing over time, contact Customer Service for your region for assistance.

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仲有, 唔該留意我開POST係問clone SSD.

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用 trueimage backup 落 USB harddisk 先,之後再 recovery 番 SSD 到

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本帖最後由 whyme9413 於 2015-3-24 09:14 編輯

如果買 adata ssd 有 oem 版 true image 免費 download
http://tw.adata.com/tw/ss/software-5/

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免費嘅 Minitool Partition Wizard,好使好用

http://www.partitionwizard.com/free-partition-manager.html

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