Copy uSD card image to emmc or another uSD card?

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Copy uSD card image to emmc or another uSD card?

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I grabbed an eMMC and a new uSD card. I would like to take current installs, and copy them over to the new storage without doing a clean install.

Anyone know how I can do this within windows?

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Try to use "Read" button on Win32DiskImager V1.0 to make a backup image on your Windows PC.
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odroid wrote:Try to use "Read" button on Win32DiskImager V1.0 to make a backup image on your Windows PC.
Thanks I'll look into it

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Doing full reads and writes can be problematic if both media don't have the same number of sectors. You can try odroid-backup which writes only the data part, not the free space.

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Re: Copy uSD card image to emmc or another uSD card?

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lightsout wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 7:53 am
I grabbed an eMMC and a new uSD card. I would like to take current installs, and copy them over to the new storage without doing a clean install.

Anyone know how I can do this within windows?
I use a live-image of clonezilla. The target drive must be as the same size, or at least bigger, than the source. If bigger, with gparted I resize the storage partition on the target drive after the clonig process.
As I said, Clonezilla is a live linux image and gparted is a linux program availabe as a single application, or live image.

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