Question Mirroring Laptop How-To? (If even possible)

OhGod

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Hi all!

Is there a way to mirror an ASUS to an MSI? Basically, I would like for the MSI to be as much a duplicate of the ASUS as possible.

I believe that their specs are nearly identical.


MSI GT70 2OD 039US - Dragon Edition 2 - 17.3" - Core i7 4700MQ - 32 GB RAM - 1 TB HDD + 384 GB SSD Specs

SPECS

Notebook type Desktop replacement, HD display, Blu-ray drive, Gaming
Manufacturer MSI Computer Corp.

PROCESSOR / CHIPSET

CPU Intel Core i7 (4th Gen) 4700MQ / 2.4 GHz
Max Turbo Speed 3.4 GHz
Number of Cores Quad-Core
Cache 6 MB
64-bit Computing Yes
Chipset Type Mobile Intel HM87 Express
Features Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0
CACHE MEMORY
Installed Size 6 MB
STORAGE
Interface Serial ATA-600
RAID Level RAID 0
Optical Drive BD-RE
RAM
Memory Speed 1600 MHz
Technology DDR3L SDRAM
Installed Size 32 GB
MEMORY
Max Supported Size 32 GB
Technology DDR3L SDRAM
Speed 1600 MHz
Slots Qty 4
DISPLAY
LCD Backlight LED backlight
Resolution 3440 x 1440 (Full HD)
Widescreen Display Yes
Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
Monitor Features MSI Matrix Display, anti-glare, anti-reflective
Type LED
Diagonal Size (metric) 43.9 cm
Display Resolution Full HD
AUDIO & VIDEO
Graphics Processor NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M
Integrated Webcam Yes
Sound Stereo speakers, subwoofer, microphone
Features Dynaudio Premium Sound Technology, MSI Audio Boost
HARD DRIVE
Type HDD
Capacity 1 TB
INPUT
Type keyboard, touchpad
Features anti-ghosting, backlighted keyboard
HARD DRIVE (2ND)
Type SSD
Interface Serial ATA-600
Capacity 384 GB
Hard Drive Features MSI Super RAID 2
COMMUNICATIONS
Wireless Protocol 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0
Wireless Controller Bigfoot Networks Killer Wireless-N 1202
Wired Protocol Gigabit Ethernet
Features Killer DoubleShot Technology

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ASUS:

General
Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows 10 Home
Central ProcessorIntel(R) Core(TM) i7-4710HQ CPU @ 2.50GHz
User NameJaqi
Graphics
Video AdapterNVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M
Video Memory2.0 GB
Screen Resolution3440 x 1440
Storage
Total Memory31.9 GB
Free Memory27.4 GB
Total Hard disk9780.1 GB
Free Hard disk6206.9 GB
Operating System
Computer System
Computer NameASUS-JMS
Operating System
OS NameMicrosoft Windows 10 Home
OS Version10.0.19041
Product ID00326-10000-00000-AA957
System Up Time4/10/2021 4:42:10 PM
Internet Explorer Version11.630.19041.0
Microsoft DirectX VersionDirectX 12
OpenGL Version10.0.19041.546 (WinBuild.160101.0800)
Registry
Maximum Size4095 MB
Current Size150 MB
StatusOK



Processor & Motherboard
Central Processor
CPU NameIntel(R) Core(TM) i7-4710HQ CPU @ 2.50GHz
Number of logical processors8
Code NameN/A
ManufacturerGenuineIntel
Current Clock Speed2501 Mhz
Max Clock Speed2501 Mhz
Voltage1.2V
External Clock100 Mhz
Memory Device
Memory Resource
Total Memory31.9 GB
Used Memory4.4 GB
Free Memory27.4 GB
Memory Usage13%
Physical Memory
Memory BankBANK 0
DescriptionPhysical Memory 0
Device LocatorChannelA-DIMM0
Capacity8.0 GB
Speed1600 Mhz
ManufacturerKingston
Data Width64 bit
Memory TypeEISA
Form FactorSODIMM
Physical Memory
Memory BankBANK 1
DescriptionPhysical Memory 1
Device LocatorChannelA-DIMM1
Capacity8.0 GB
Speed1600 Mhz
ManufacturerHynix/Hyundai
Data Width64 bit
Memory TypeEISA
Form FactorSODIMM
Physical Memory
Memory BankBANK 2
DescriptionPhysical Memory 2
Device LocatorChannelB-DIMM0
Capacity8.0 GB
Speed1600 Mhz
ManufacturerKingston
Data Width64 bit
Memory TypeEISA
Form FactorSODIMM
Physical Memory
Memory BankBANK 3
DescriptionPhysical Memory 3
Device LocatorChannelB-DIMM1
Capacity8.0 GB
Speed1600 Mhz
ManufacturerHynix/Hyundai
Data Width64 bit
Memory TypeEISA
Form FactorSODIMM

If so, how, please?

Thanks!
 

AlHuneke

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Not likely. If you clone the disk to the other machine, Windows will no longer be authenticated. Not to mention differences in drivers and such. I'm not aware of a uniform I way to copy settings as various programs do it in different ways. Many use the registry but other use various types of configuration files. I have often wished for what you want to do but have never found a way. Maybe someone else has a suggestion.
 
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OhGod

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Not likely. If you clone the disk to the other machine, Windows will no longer be authenticated. Not to mention differences in drivers and such. I'm not aware of a uniform I way to copy settings as various programs do it in different ways. Many use the registry but other use various types of configuration files. I have often wished for what you want to do but have never found a way. Maybe someone else has a suggestion.
Hi Al! Thank you. Yes, it would be amazing to be able to do so.
 
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