Click on the new drive in the left hand list of drives.If there is already a partition on the new drive, delete it. The swap partition should be 1-2 times bigger than the swap on the original drive. When the operation finishes, click on the new partition and then click the Mount Volume button.Open a Terminal Applications -- Terminal Change directory to the where the original drive is mounted. If the original drive partition has a label, and the label is for example coolcows, then it will be cd /media/coolcows.My original drive is ff75ae73-52a1-46b7-bab5-3b49c26c94fb. Substitute for your original drive UUID or the label.If new drive is something other than sda, like sdb, sdc or sde, make note and substitute sda in the remaining instructions.
The LTS versions are usually supported for 5 years.
Substitute for your original SWAP partition's UUID.
If grub installs with no errors, reboot and all should be good.
It is important to not use / connect the old (original) drive in you computer with the new drive connected at the same time.
(the UUIDs are the same) If you want to make use of the old drive: Power off the computer. When the operation finishes, power off and connect the new drive again, so both drives are connected.