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  1. Hello all- OK don't laugh. I still have XP. I still have an old monitor. I still have an old printer. I still have a P4. Everything still works. Yes I know I should upgrade to Windows 7. I know. I am not very computer literate. And. . .well. . .everything still works. . .and right now working well. But I would like to try and clone my hard drive. I have two Partitions C and D. At least I would like to learn how to do this. Is there an easy way? Do I need a blank CD? Do I need a blank DVD? How do I go about doing this? I have read some of the instructions on a couple of sites and it seems very complicated. I have heard that EaseUs is the best and the easiest to use. Is that correct? If you can provide me with some good advice or instructions that would be very helpful. I also learned that you can save a copy on-line. How does one do that? Wouldn't someone else be able to use that if you saved it on-line? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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