We have a Microsoft SQL server running Windows 2003. It has all sorts of 3rd party windows programs and databases on it that I don't know anything about (Mysis health care, Time Star time reporting, CBORD kitchen, etc) and I don't want to have to try to rebuild it from scratch. We bought the Universal Restore and I am going to try using that. The RAID 5 disk array on the old computer is SCSI and about 30 Gigs. The new one is SATA RAID 5 and 150 Gigs. Is that going to be a problem is I use the Universal Restore? Any other hints as the instructions seem a bit skimpy. Is it really that easy? Also I have a CD with the AMD drivers for the Opterons and the motherboard but the have a self install program and I am not sure how to identify them out of all of the gunk that is on the CD. I have been able to get a server running without them so should I just try to install them after doing the restore? I can find the RAID driver OK I think that may be all I have to have to get it running.