Replacing Old HDD with a SSD and DRM issue of Windows Media Center

Problem:-

I wish to change my old Seagate HDD with a new SSD.I have lots of recordings in my old HDD ,I am fearing DRM issues.How to keep all my recordings intact?

Resolution:

Yes definitely DRM thing is a big concern.DRM depends upon HDD’s file location.So if you like to swap your old HD with a new SSD try  True Image of Acronis.It will clone a HDD to SSD;just manually set the partition sizes,keep it in mind that the system reserved partition is 100 MB.Acronis True image 2013 supports all versions of Windows 8 also.

[Remember if you have to replace your motherboard do the same otherwise you will not be able to play your old recordings]

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One thought on “Replacing Old HDD with a SSD and DRM issue of Windows Media Center

  1. Acronis True image 2013 didn’t work for me on this, Windows 7 ultimate, with a 500gb platter drive, imaging it to a 243gb SSD, trying all the different options, didn’t work, Every time came up with the DRM broken. Ghost didn’t work either, so.. still trying to find a way to migrate to an SSD with out breaking drm.

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