The simplest way to clone in your situation is to get your existing
and new 256SSD M.2 and install a new fresh copy of Win-10 (make sure the 930.40 HDD or 1TB HDD is taken out of your laptop when you are doing the Win-10 clean install) then, reinstall the old 930.40 or 1TB HDD and delete all of the old Win-10 OP files from the old 1TB HDD, then use the "Extend Volume" feature in "Disk Manager" for the old 930.40 or 1TB HDD to increase the size of the old 1TB HDD to max capacity that Disk Manager will allow, that is what I would do, as it’s
the simplest and quickest way, forget about "Cloning my Recovery Drive".
brummyfan2 has suggested and backup important files to an external drive, so can format the 1TB HDD and then you can install your important files back onto the 1TB HDD so that you have the full capacity of that 1TB HDD.
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