I have to help a friend at his work to replace (2) 40GB HDD's which are configured w/RAID 1 (mirroring) in an HP Proliant ML330. What is the easiest way to do this? Can I use Acronis? Also, each of the 40GB drives are currently partitioned with a small C drive, about 8GB, and the rest D: drive. When done, not only do I want to have replaced the (2) 40GB's with the (2) new 200GB's, but also increase the size of the C partition. Here is what I thought might work. Please fill me in as to steps that will not work, and what I should do instead. 1. Make full hard drive image using Acronis. 2. Repl the drives and configure the new RAID 1 Array. 3. Boot to Acronis Recovery CD and restore the full drive image to the new HDD. (Which due to RAID should appear as (1) 200GB HDD-in fact 2 but mirrored). 4. Now I would probably have the image restored, but I'm guessing the C Partition will still be small. I was hoping at this point I could use Disk Management to reconfigure the partition sizes. Yes or no? Or would the new partition sizes both be bigger, keeping the same relative ratio, approximately 20% to 80%. I will greatly appreciate any help. I am concerned if Acronis will be able to see the array when I boot to the Acronis Emergency Recovery CD and also regarding changing the partition sizes.