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What I did was unzip an old CM7 image to a folder on my computer. I inserted my SD with the CM7 I was using and opened Win32DiskImage and made sure it had the correct drive letter selected. In the Image File box, I selected the old CM7 image that I had unzipped earlier (ramdisk.img) and clicked on Read (do not click on Write!! or else you will format the SD card). Read will write your entire SD card as an image including paid apps and settings. After the image is done copying, remove the original SD card and insert your new SD card. In Win32, make sure you have the correct drive letter then select the image file you just copied. Click on Write and wait for it to finish.
Now open EASEUS and you should see a list of partitions for your SD card. Select the “CM7 SDCARD FAT32…..”. Right click on it and you will see the option to Resize/Move partition. Click on the slider and move it all the way to the right. This will add all the unallocated space to the CM7 partition. After that click on OK, close EASEUS, and safely remove your SD card. Instructions are also here from their web site.
This is what worked for me. I am not sure if the results may vary. As long as you made an image of your card, you can always go back if things go wrong. Good luck everyone.