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Clone Disk Error: Failed to write data to disk 0x1000D3

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 I am attempting to use the clone function to transfer an SSD which is my C boot drive to another, larger SSD using ATI2018s clone function. 

 I am using the bootable media as instructed, and not attempting the cloning process within Windows.  I followed all the steps in the video and all the information I can find online, but I’m still receiving error in the attached picture.

I have ran chkdsk /f /r on both drives with no issues, but cannot get past this error. Any ideas?

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 FYI, the disk error in question is the source drive. 

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Well, I found a solution...use a different program! Used Samsung’s transfer program and was up and running in less than 20 minutes. The problem lies with the ATI2018 software. 

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Glad to read that you have found a solution that did the job you needed to do.  Ultimately that is the most important thing, though I am sorry that you found that ATI 2018 was not able to do this for you.

In your screen shot, the disk giving the error is shown as hard disk '4' but this uses a different numbering system than you would see in Windows Disk Management.   Windows always starts from disk '0' whereas Acronis starts from disk '1', so in Windows terms, the disk giving the error was disk '3'.