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I have a new quetion. I heard that if your hard disk sapce gets full, computer speed gets slow. how much speed does it affect and noticable?
Should I do method A tuxboot or method B manual to create boot up USB? had hard time trying tuxboot.
When I download the Clonezilla live(stable release) from the link below, it downloaded ISO file instead of zip file(First instruction says zip file) so I couldn't extract it to USB flash drive. What am I doing wrong?
Instruction from the link you gave me:
I want to replace a HDD with SSD. there are HDD0, HDD1, HDD2, SATA0 and SATA1 port. the existing hard drive which is sata hard drive is connected to HDD0. Should I just connect the new SSD to HDD0 or SATA0? what's the difference between HDD0 and SATA0? theri data cable size are the same thin one.
I have Dell T3600 desktop which has Windows7 64bit with 4gb ram memory. Just purchased 2x4gb ram to increase the memory but when I install them the computer doen't boot up. error massage says "Alert! The amount of systme memory has changed. Your current power supply does not support the recent configuration changes made to your system........"
If I take out the current 4gb ram and put these two new memory cards, the computer will boot up but still the same error massage shows.
I was able to save an image using clonezilla. Can I restore the image to a different computer which is the same model Dell T3600 with windows7 OS with all the same setting but different processor? I heard you can only restore an image to a same exact computer model with setting if window XP OS but Windows7.