Mirror command

I have a 2.5 gig drive and want to upgrade it to 10 gig and keep all my old data.

I know you can enter a comand string to copy all data files (mirror the drive onto the new 10 gig) but I forgot what it is...

Anyone?
Dis012200Asked:
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LermitteCommented:
Scopy c:*.* to d:*.*

This copy the disk with the security.

Mario
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LermitteCommented:
Scopy is on the resource kit.

Mario
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Dis012200Author Commented:
I haven't received the lit as of yet. :(

Any other way to get scopy?.
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LermitteCommented:
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cfurlinCommented:
Try this:

Open StartMenu -> Administrative Tasks -> Computer Management

Select Disk Management.

Right-click the unallocated space on one of the disks where you want to create the mirrored volume, and then click Create Volume.

In the Create Volume wizard, click Next, click Mirrored volume, and then follow the instructions on your screen.

Hope this helps.

Christopher Furlin
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