I used Ubuntu on a USB drive to create images of partitions from a 160GB hard drive using GNU ddrescue, which is similar to dd. Now, I want to know how to transfer these images, which were created using dd, from a drive of one size to another drive of a different size (1TB).

However, I’m worried about transferring the image to a partition of a different size and facing issues with resizing.

I also attempted to convert the dd image to a macrium image by mounting the image using OSFmount and using Macrium Reflect to create an image, but it didn’t work because Macrium Reflect requires a physical disk drive, not just a virtual partition.

Therefore, I need to know how to write a raw image created from dd to a partition on a different drive.

Askify Moderator Edited question April 24, 2023