Replacing old HDD with new bigger HDD, Please help me!

Replacing old HDD with new bigger HDD, Please help me!

Post by Kihong Shi » Sat, 21 Sep 1996 04:00:00

I would like to replace my old SCSI HDD with new bigger (3.2G) EIDE HDD.
My all linux box is in SCSI HDD, so I need somehow transfer all the
file systems and root files to new HDD. But, I don't want to reinstall

Is there any clever method for doing this job?

Could you anyone help me out?

Many thanks.


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start from the old disk, apparently the boot for linux does not work any

Thank you for your help.


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