I want to move all the data from my old 40 GB hard drive to my new 160 GB hard drive. I'm using Acronis Migrate Easy 7.0 to do this, but I have some questions. When I use the program, it asks how I want to partition the new drive. One of the options is to just use sizes proportional to the existing drive's partitions. For Windows XP, there appears to be a FAT16 or FAT32 partition and then the main NTFS partition. The drive came pre-partitioned when I purchased the computer. Does anyone know if the FAT partition is necessary for Windows XP? It's small, under 1 GB. And when I migrate my data to the new drive, if this partition is needed, can I keep it the same size? or do I need to make it proportional? I also want to leave some space unallocated so I can make a Linux partition later on. Does anyone have any recommendations as to how much room I should leave? Thanks for the help.