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So I thought this must be a very common, simple task to accomplish, but I could not accomplish it with Reflect.
My "pure data" disk D: drive with music, videos, etc. (no boot record needed) is a 2 TB MBR drive that was running out of space. I purchased a new 6 TB drive formatted as GPT as I need it to look like a single 6 TB volume.
I was surprised to find out that when I cloned my 2 TB MBR drive to my new 6 TB drive with Reflect, it converted the new drive from GPT to MBR, so I could no longer make the volume larger than 2 TB, the MBR limit.
I searched Reflect documentation but was unable to make this happen.
I ended up downloading a free disk manager that accomplished this with a single click.
Am I missing something? I did see a KB article on moving MBR to GPT, but this a) seemed very involved and b) had a warning that the article was outdated.
So my question is, can Reflect clone an MBR disk to a GPT disk without reverting it to an MBR? Seems like a no-brainer requirement to me.