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To start, I should note that this topic could be related to either cloning or imaging - I don't care which one I need to use, so long as one of these methods will allow me to reach my objective.
My goal is to image (or clone) a Windows system drive to a new larger HD. As a result, I would like to have the Windows partition expanded to a larger size.
As an example (from a test VM) suppose that I have a 60GB HD partitioned like this:
100 MB <-- EFI Partition
16.0 MB <-- MSR Partition
59.38 GB <-- Windows Partition
517 MB <-- Recovery Partition
I would like to restore or clone to a 100 GB HD. Since this drive is 40 GB larger than the original drive, my hope would be that I could expand the Windows partition by 40GB, however, since there is a partition following this (the recovery partition) Reflect does not seem to want to allow this.
Are there any workarounds for this?