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The dock's external power supply is too weak to power two high power drives being accessed at the same time. That's why the the unit keeps resetting. A more powerful power supply is needed to do this, but the manufacturer should have included this.
Fortunately, a good 4 or 5 amp, 12 volt power supply can be purchased … see more
The dock's external power supply is too weak to power two high power drives being accessed at the same time. That's why the the unit keeps resetting. A more powerful power supply is needed to do this, but the manufacturer should have included this.
Fortunately, a good 4 or 5 amp, 12 volt power supply can be purchased for around $10 to $15. see less
The dock's external power supply is too weak to power two high power drives being accessed at the same time. That's why the the unit keeps resetting. A more powerful power supply is needed to do this, but the manufacturer should have included this.
Fortunately, a good 4 or 5 amp, 12 volt power supply can be purchased for around $10 to $15.

WinCrazy
· January 19, 2017
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It's so easy, but make sure you don't get your drives mixed up! I put some labels on mine. The front slot I marked as Target and the rear slot I marked as Source. Put your old drive (Source) in the rear slot, and put your new drive in the front slot (Target). This does not require you to hook up to a P.C. Turn the uni… see more It's so easy, but make sure you don't get your drives mixed up! I put some labels on mine. The front slot I marked as Target and the rear slot I marked as Source. Put your old drive (Source) in the rear slot, and put your new drive in the front slot (Target). This does not require you to hook up to a P.C. Turn the unit on and wait for the front circle turn blue for both the Source and Target, push and hold the circle until it starts to flash and then let go and quickly push it again. You should now have a blue flashing indicator on the circle showing the cloning progress. When it's done make sure that you turn off the power before removing the drives. see less It's so easy, but make sure you don't get your drives mixed up! I put some labels on mine. The front slot I marked as Target and the rear slot I marked as Source. Put your old drive (Source) in the rear slot, and put your new drive in the front slot (Target). This does not require you to hook up to a P.C. Turn the unit on and wait for the front circle turn blue for both the Source and Target, push and hold the circle until it starts to flash and then let go and quickly push it again. You should now have a blue flashing indicator on the circle showing the cloning progress. When it's done make sure that you turn off the power before removing the drives.
Amazon Customer
· October 27, 2017
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it clones everything on the drive, even the OS if it is installed. this isn't a copy, but a complete clone of everything.
Joseph Dixon
· October 29, 2017
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Unfortunately no you cannot. The destination drive has to be bigger. I tried to clone a 500gb ssd to another 500gb ssd with only 200gb of data, and it did not work, tried it 3 times with no luck. I upgraded my destination drive to a 512gb ssd and it worked. It’s a slow process also- don’t know the speed but it took a s… see more Unfortunately no you cannot. The destination drive has to be bigger. I tried to clone a 500gb ssd to another 500gb ssd with only 200gb of data, and it did not work, tried it 3 times with no luck. I upgraded my destination drive to a 512gb ssd and it worked. It’s a slow process also- don’t know the speed but it took a solid 45 minutes to clone for a 512gb Drive, so it might take longer for a 1tb Drive. Hope this helps. Jamil. see less Unfortunately no you cannot. The destination drive has to be bigger. I tried to clone a 500gb ssd to another 500gb ssd with only 200gb of data, and it did not work, tried it 3 times with no luck. I upgraded my destination drive to a 512gb ssd and it worked. It’s a slow process also- don’t know the speed but it took a solid 45 minutes to clone for a 512gb Drive, so it might take longer for a 1tb Drive. Hope this helps. Jamil.
Jamil
· November 1, 2017
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No, ensure the Target HDD is the same capacity of the Source HDD or larger.
WAVLINK Direct
Seller · May 18, 2017
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With a cloning program it will
Douglas P Miller
· September 13, 2018
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Only if you are using SATA-III internal; Works great with 2.5 inch and 3.5 inch SATA HDD/SSD USB 3.0
Federico E. Sartori
· August 7, 2017
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I do not know about MAC, but on Windows you can move files between the drives with no problem.
Old_Sarge
· January 31, 2018
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yes, 100-240 V AC
WAVLINK Direct
Seller · April 24, 2018
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yes, I created a copy of a C:\ (to a larger drive). logged into the copied drive and went into disk management and increased the new drive to its limits. Worked great.
Ernest K Huntress
· July 4, 2018