Well Im not new in IT business so I knew what I had to do... Also have read it before on forums, that VEB can't make a BMR on smaller disk ( and I check +1 for feature request for including this option)
Although at first attemp I forgot it
and tried to do the BMR from last backup that had the volume of 300GB, and it was refusing to match the volumes...
A text box with an explanation would be very appreciated for those, that dont know the limitation in advance)
I had an 300 GB HDD with 150GB of data and a new SSD 240GB.
First I shrink the volume in windows to 200GB, and then make an incremental backup. It turned out, that it was an incremental the size of the full backup, as is detected the change of the volume. If I knew this before, I would certainly run a full backup.
I must point out that I had to deal with unmovable files when shrinking the volume. That is a real pain to do - for normal users I think it's virtually impossible.
Then did the BMR procedure again and it was sucessfull. I must note, that It was the first time I did a BMR and for me the process was very easy and the menu simple tu use.
Restore to smaller volume would be very useful in this case and especially in case that a disk fails and you can't do the volume shrink and a new backup, but you wish to change a failed HDD winth an SSD!