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System Image Restore in Window 8.1

Update:10-11Source: network consolidation
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I have not been able to find a data migration application that works at cloning a Windows 8.1 hard drive to a new SSD.  With that in mind I want to go about moving the contents, data and operating system from my working C: to a new SSD.  I want
to go about it as if I have backed up my system, my C: drive has failed so I need to install a new drive and restore my data and operating system to the new drive.  I can't seem to find any simple (this should be simple) straight forward way to do this
nor can I find any form of written instruction on how to go about this. 
I would love to have someone articulate this.  As it stands I have a fully operational intact C drive.  I have completed a disk image to a second separate hard drive.  I now want to restore that content to a third (SSD ) drive.
Where do I begin? 

The Best Answer

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There is a system backup tool called System Image Backup, follow these steps to conduct this:
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Search.
(If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and then click Search.)
Enter File History in the search box, tap or click File History, and then click System Image Backup at the left part.
See the screenshot as below, you can backup it on local machine or a DVD or a network share folder:
Besides, I need to point out that this backup method will generate a vhd file, if you want to restore the system you need an DVD installation midia.
You cannot just restore a vhd file directly to the hard drive.
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v-yamliu