I know this doesn't answer your question, but in my experience you're better off doing a clean install of windows 7 on a new SSD, although other people may disagree with me, I found it to be the best option for me. What I done was did a clean install of windows, configure windows 7 for SSD, install all apps and updates that I use and then created an image of the hard drive, I redo an image about once a month, after running updates and AV plus what ever else, not an incremental image, just a full image. Not sure of your situation but I store all my files, docs and music etc on a separate hard drive on both my laptop and PC, this way my image is only about 15GB, this is stored on a separate drive on both as well. Don't understand why people store there stuff on the C drive, if the OS goes belly up you could lose everything.
Just a thought