Build a Hard Drive Duplicator

A hard order replicator copies the contents of one hard order to others one. It is mainly used in medium to large companies when they the need the same software, operation system and safety policies through a large number of computers. One computer is installed and configured the adapted way and its hard order is reproduced on all the other computers.



  • Step 1

    Take the screw off the case and opened the left panel. insertion the mother chart inside the case and blocked it use the screw provided with the case.

  • Step 2

    Install the RAM in the devoted ports afterwards to the processor. opened the bolts on each one sides, insertion the RAM and press downwards until the bolts are back up.

  • Step 3

    Take two 5¼-inch front Dish off and insertion the two hard order hot exchange trays. blocked them in place with screws.

  • Step 4

    Insert the system hard order in the 3½-inch slit and blocked it with screws.

  • Step 5

    Connect the power cables to the hard order trays, system hard order and motherboard. to connect the case cable to the motherboard. to connect the SATA cable enter the mother chart and the hard order trays and system hard drives.

  • Step 6

    Close the case and to connect the computer to the screen, mouse, keyboard and power supply. Turn the computer on and to make sure all inside is connected front closing the case.

  • Step 7

    Plug the USB CD/DVD reader and insertion the system installation disk. to install the operation system supported by the cloning software you to want to use.

  • Clone a drive

  • Step 1

    Take the two plates off the case, insertion the two hard Orders and put the plates back.

  • Step 2

    Turn the computer on. launching the cloning software.

  • Step 3

    Choose the hard order you to want to clone and the recipient hard drive. Press “Clone” or “Start.”


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