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Hello,

 

I'm currently receiving SMART warnings for my main SSD, so I'm looking at purchasing a new one ASAP. I've already made a backup of my main drive using Acronis True Image 2015, so I'm ready to go there.

 

Should I expect any wonky effects with my pool itself upon restoring my main drive from a backup? Any precautionary measures I should take before I make the switch or while restoring?

 

Currently using Drivepool x64 v 2.1.1.561 on Windows 8.1. Thanks!

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Ouch, I'm sorry to see your SSD in such a bad condition! 

 

And no, there shouldn't be any issues with restoring your system to a new drive, as long as it's not in the pool.  If it's in the pool, that makes things ... complicated. 

 

However, once the restore is done, StableBit DrivePool (and Scanner) will likely ask you to transfer the license, as there will have been a hardware change.  Other than that, you're good to go.

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