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Thread: Problem cloning using EASEUS after upgrade to Windows 10

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    lobsterfea is offline New Member
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    Default Problem cloning using EASEUS after upgrade to Windows 10

    I am trying to clone my Windows 10 system files to a ssd drive.
    I am using EASEUS Todo Backup.
    Everything runs fine, I select the system partition from the C drive and it clones to the SSD.
    BUT when I click on the new A Drive (the new boot drive) there is a directory called WIN 7 which is empty!
    I was running 7 and did the upgrade to 10.
    Weirdly, their are no Windows.old or Win7 folders on my system anymore.
    What should I do?




    Note from moderator: I edited the title, and also "cleaned up" the text.
    Last edited by hackerman1; 20th December 2015 at 09:02.

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    After a Windows Upgrade, by default, a scheduled task is created and will run after four weeks to delete the Windows.Old directory. Maybe yours got deleted and that is why you are not seeing it.

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