Background: True Image Version 8 Windows XP PC boot from Disk C prior to installation of True Image When Windows XP becomes super slow, decided to Re-install Windows XP on Disk D (another phyiscal disk) Been booting Windows from Dual boot since another have never been using OS from disk C since... Installed True Image version to back-up Disk D monthly to prevent hassle of re-installation... Last week 2 June, Disk D crash. Decided to purchase another disk to repalce failed disk and have removed working but unused old Disk C Installed new disk as 1st boot disk (only harddisk in PC) Recover using original Arconis CD Recovered from latest image stored in USB harddisk After recovery, system rebooted but was unable to find boot device Reviewed BIOS settings, noted that Boot device was selected as HDD-0 which is first harddisk Harddisk jumper selected as master I'm not sure what is the problem. Do I need to put back old Disk C as Master and new Disk that replaces D as Slave to work?? I must say this is my first attempt at doing recovery. I did not encounter any error messages throughout the whole process. If I boot from Arconis CD again, I will be able to view the new Harddisk from within Arconis. What can I do? I'm desparate!