Transferring files to New Hard Drive

Question:    I presently have a 6 gig hard drive in my computer, but
                want to install a 13 gig.   I know how to do the physical hookups-
                HOWEVER, How do I transfer my files from the 6 gig to the new 13
                gig harddrive? (obviously-without loosing any files).
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desameAuthor Commented:
Your site is very hard to use.  Too many clicks--too many different areas you need to access.  Why can't you simply ask a question and get an answer...PERIOD.
desameAuthor Commented:
When I ask a question and submit it---It is never  "over and done".   After submitting a question, and especially after adding any comments....why can't I just receive  message that my question has been submitted "Over and Out"; rather than bringing up another "Option to add any furthr comments"?
The way you have this set up---I'm never sure if you have received my message or not.
Why make things so difficult?  Hey Joe, where's the peanut butter?  ANS:   It's in the refrigerator.   Now isn't that simple?

Or we could do it this way.    Hey Joe, "where's the peanut butter"     ANS:   Why?   Do you want to eat some?  Ans: "No"
Further answer  -- Are you at home or at someone else's home?
"I'm Home"   ANS:   Do you wnat the peanut butter right now or later?   "I want it now"

Come on--come on:   Keep it simple.  QUES:  "Where's the peanut butter?"     Your answer should simply be "In the refrigerator."    Please!!!  Why so convulated?
Use DriveImage (from the makers of PartitionMagic).
The only problem is that you'd buy it. :-(

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desameAuthor Commented:
Good answer
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