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You can easily clone it with a Mac or Linux machine. You will first need to identify the disk then run a command like
 
'''sudo dd if=/dev/disk1 of=/dev/disk2'''
 
disk1 is the Original Drive
 
disk2 is the new SSD
 
there are additional parameters to the command DD and you may want to read about it by typing
 
man dd'''man dd'''
man dd'''man dd'''
 
The dd command doesn't display any progress so just wait. It will copy all data (including the empty portion of the drive). If you accidentally used of=/dev/ (original Xbox drive) then your data is irrecoverable. So make sure you used the correct disk handles
 
If you're using Windows, you can download a virtual machine for Linux and make sure both drives are connected to the linux box (they may not mount because of NTFS partitions)

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Editado por: Shayaan Siddiqui ,

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You can easily clone it with a Mac or Linux machine. You will first need to identify the disk then run a command like
 
sudo'''sudo dd if=/dev/disk1 of=/dev/disk2of=/dev/disk2'''
sudo'''sudo dd if=/dev/disk1 of=/dev/disk2of=/dev/disk2'''
 
disk1 is the Original Drive
 
disk2 is the new SSD
 
there are additional parameters to the command DD and you may want to read about it by typing
 
man dd
 
The dd command doesn't display any progress so just wait. It will copy all data (including the empty portion of the drive). If you accidentally used of=/dev/ (original Xbox drive) then your data is irrecoverable. So make sure you used the correct disk handles

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Aporte original por: Shayaan Siddiqui ,

Texto:

You can easily clone it with a Mac or Linux machine. You will first need to identify the disk then run a command like

sudo dd if=/dev/disk1 of=/dev/disk2

disk1 is the Original Drive

disk2 is the new SSD

there are additional parameters to the command DD and you may want to read about it by typing

man dd

The dd command doesn't display any progress so just wait. It will copy all data (including the empty portion of the drive). If you accidentally used of=/dev/ (original Xbox drive) then your data is irrecoverable. So make sure you used the correct disk handles

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