How to clone the harddisk of an IBM Lenovo T series laptop to an external harddisk

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
I want to clone the harddisk of an IBM Lenovo T series laptop so that in case it crashed, I can just simply swap the harddisk and resume its service. How can I do it? Any good solution or suggested application? Thx.
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    if you want to use the best known one : True Image :
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    Hi APG309,

    Norton Ghost is a great tool as well. Here's the link:

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