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There should be plenty of space. I have used it with 3.5" HDD, 2.5" HDD, and 2.5" SDD without issue. Some pressure may be needed to properly seat the drive in the dock - make sure the drive is flush against the back when inserting. When I insert a 2.5" HDD which has the metal carrier tray installed, the panel that co… see more There should be plenty of space. I have used it with 3.5" HDD, 2.5" HDD, and 2.5" SDD without issue. Some pressure may be needed to properly seat the drive in the dock - make sure the drive is flush against the back when inserting. When I insert a 2.5" HDD which has the metal carrier tray installed, the panel that covers part of the opening deflects down which makes room for the drive.. If I remove the carrier tray, the drive fits perfectly in the opening. see less There should be plenty of space. I have used it with 3.5" HDD, 2.5" HDD, and 2.5" SDD without issue. Some pressure may be needed to properly seat the drive in the dock - make sure the drive is flush against the back when inserting. When I insert a 2.5" HDD which has the metal carrier tray installed, the panel that covers part of the opening deflects down which makes room for the drive.. If I remove the carrier tray, the drive fits perfectly in the opening.
R. Mastromonaco
· April 4, 2019
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Just turn the power off of the USB WaveLink via the switch and the drives are removed from the OS, The same goes when you activate the WaveLink. The drives are not recognized until the power is applied Follow the manual on page o4 "REMOVAL"
Amazon Customer
· August 18, 2019
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yes, you can do it. Please check if the capacity of Target HDD is larger or equivalent to that of Source HDD. Here the capacity means the actual capacity that can be used, instead of the one marked on the product. For example, the actual capacity of a disk marked 500GB might be 480GB only.
please feel free to contact… see more
yes, you can do it. Please check if the capacity of Target HDD is larger or equivalent to that of Source HDD. Here the capacity means the actual capacity that can be used, instead of the one marked on the product. For example, the actual capacity of a disk marked 500GB might be 480GB only.
please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, thanks.
Daisy@wavlink.com
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yes, you can do it. Please check if the capacity of Target HDD is larger or equivalent to that of Source HDD. Here the capacity means the actual capacity that can be used, instead of the one marked on the product. For example, the actual capacity of a disk marked 500GB might be 480GB only.
please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, thanks.
Daisy@wavlink.com
Wavlink support

WAVLINK Direct
Seller · April 17, 2019
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I believe they both need to be the same size for cloning. Similar to a Raid 1 mirroring.
Jacob
· March 2, 2019
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This is my second purchase, I am currently using the unit as as cloning and upgrading new hard drive for my system. I'm using this device on Windows 7, Macs and Mx linux 18.3. I do not have windows 10. I gave away a new laptop with W10. It just stinks.
Ronnie
· July 29, 2019
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I cloned one of my win 7 pro hd in the computer while it was running, onto a 1Tb disk with no problems using EaseUS TODO Free The weird part was the software only made a partition that held the smaller HD and left me with an unformatted 500 GB disk. I used EaseUS partition magic (free) to format the other non formatt… see more I cloned one of my win 7 pro hd in the computer while it was running, onto a 1Tb disk with no problems using EaseUS TODO Free The weird part was the software only made a partition that held the smaller HD and left me with an unformatted 500 GB disk. I used EaseUS partition magic (free) to format the other non formatted partition and then merged them into one partition. see less I cloned one of my win 7 pro hd in the computer while it was running, onto a 1Tb disk with no problems using EaseUS TODO Free The weird part was the software only made a partition that held the smaller HD and left me with an unformatted 500 GB disk. I used EaseUS partition magic (free) to format the other non formatted partition and then merged them into one partition.
Rayal
· July 28, 2019
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nope it does not/ I( just plugged it to power and connected it to my computer and was goo to go using a clone program
Ironman~1
· November 11, 2019