How to solve “Samsung Data Migration Cloning Failed”?
Had “Samsung Data Migration cloning failed” problem? Refer to this article, it will show you how to fix it.
Lots of people reported they had encountered different “Samsung Data Migration cloning failed” problems, like “cloning failed. 400180[061b34]”, “Cloning failed. 00001”. Or the process just stuck at 99.
Many factors can lead to this problem, such as bad sectors on the drive, too many fragmentation. So it is hard to tell the specific reason accounts for it. But you can refer to the following methods to fix it.
Step 1. click "Start" button, and open "Control Panel".
Step 2. In the Control Panel, navigate to "System and Security" > "Defragment hard drive".
Step 3. Choose the hard drive, and choose "Defragment disk".
Hibernation mode used to save power when you left off, but it takes a large percentage of RAM, which could be the reason of “Samsung data migration tool cloning failed”. You can disabe hibernation mode to get back the gigs of hard drive.
Step 1. Open your PC, and press “Win + R” keys. When the Run box is opened, type “cmd” on the it to launch Command Prompt.
Step 2. Type “powercfg/hibernate off” on the Command Prompt and press Enter.
Samsung Data Migration can't clone a hard drive with bad sectors, and it can lead to cloning failure. You can also check if there are bad sectors on the hard drive with Command Prompt.
Just launch Command Prompt and execute the following commands: chkdsk [drive letter]: /f /r /x
If the solutions above can’t solve the "Samsung Data Migration cloning failed" problem, you can try another cloning tool. Actually, in some circumstances, Samsung Data Migration tool is not the best choice to clone hard drive because of its limitations. For example, it can be only used to clone a hard drive to a Samsung SSD, and it can clone 2 partitions at most.
So lots of Samsung SSD users will turn to another cloning software-AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional. It provides great stability on cloning hard drive. And it is a flexible cloning software that can adapt to different users’ requirements.
And you can download the demo version firstly to see how to use this cloning tool.
Step 1. Open AOMEI Partition Assistant, and click “All Tools” in the Wizard column, and choose “Disk Clone Wizard”.
Step 2. Choose a cloning methods: “Clone Disk Quickly” and “Sector-by-Sector Clone”.
● Clone Disk Quickly: it only clone used space to the destination disk. and it supports cloning a larger disk to a smaller one.
● Sectors-by-Sector Clone: This method copies all sectors on the source disk.
Step 3. Choose the source disk, and click “Next”.
Step 4. Then choose the Samsung SSD as the destination disk, and you can check “Optimize the performance of SSD”, and click “Next”.
Step 5. Here you can adjust the partition size of the destination disk. And click “Next”.
Step 6. In the main interface, you can preview the outcome of the clone, and click “Apply” to commit the operation.
Hope the solutions can help you solve “Samsung Data Migration cloning failed” problem. If the Samsung Data Migration software can’t still clone your disk successfully, AOMEI Partition Assistant is a good alternative tool for you. And it is more than a cloning software, it offers lots of features for you to manage your drives. For instance, after cloning, you can wipe old hard drive in case data leakage.
In addition, if you are using Server system, there is AOMEI Partition Assistant Server that is designed for Windows Server systems.