Hi. I made a successful clone of my bootcamp boot drive last month, for my MacPro which is running Windows 7 Pro. Good thing I have two backups, because despite all the care I went through, this month when I made the clone Paragon copied from the copy back to the master and wrecked it. There is no clear way to identify which drive is which, they are only named by letter, and I used every clue I could to identify which was the master disk and which was intended to be the copy, but apparently I screwed up. Is there any definitive way to identify which disk is which in a MacPro? They were only identified as Drive E: and Drive F: in Paragon. I was able to look at the contents of each C: drive by going to one of the tools, and I thought I had properly identified which letter, E: or F: was the master but I must have missed it. There has to be a more dependable way of knowing with a Mac Pro which disk is which. Please help. Fortunately, the second back disk is a 1 TB and the intended destination is a 300 G so I can easily identify this. But there has to be a better way! Thanks in advance.