Why is GPT default when cloning an MBR disk?
This is utterly annoying. I'm using the desktop version. As booting from a media disk every time I wish to clone, just isn't an option.
Cloning via usb … source drive is MBR. Why on earth would ATI want to automatically convert the destination to GPT? And why is there not an option to avoid this? Was there never a consideration that, quite possibly, someone might use this software to clone a drive from a different machine? Or do I need to upgrade my license?
Please, provide an option in the clone process to choose the destination type. If there is one, I'm just blind and can't find it. Yes, the machine I am using the desktop software on is UEFI. But the drive I am trying to clone is from an older system that does not support UEFI. Therefore, I need to maintain MBR. Or I have to go through another software when done to convert it back.
Did a quick google search, didn't really find an answer.