How do I clone a single HDD when I thought I had two HDD's?

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    rognik39

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    How do I clone a single HDD when I thought I had two HDD's?
    I have an Acer Extensa E261 2114 I thought it had 2 Hard drives a 'C' Drive for programs etc and a 'H' Drive for Data both being 75GB I have now looked inside and I see only one HDD being 150 GB
    I am familiar with the process of cloning a HDD after watching youtube for a how to guide but now finding I only have one HDD what is the best thing to do ??

    I have a 250GB HDD waiting for the cloning process
    The C drive is just about full at 74.3 GB but the H drive is only about 40 GB

    I am running Vista Business

    My ideal solution would be to have the original 150GB HDD as my H Drive so I need to increase the the amount of space available.

    Then have the 250GB new drive sole use as C:Drive
     
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    rognik39, Mar 29, 2013
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