I cloned the contents of my primary (and failing) Seagate 150gb drive (including Windows XP install) to my new Western Digital 250gb drive using True Image, yet upon booting with the new drive my system hangs right before loading the OS. I believe this has something to do with the MBR, but I just can't figure out how to fix this. Currently the Seagate drive with the working Windows installation is "C" and the WD drive is "F". I also have an 300gb Seagate drive on "D". How can I get XP to recognize the newer WD drive as the C: drive so that it boots correctly? I tried booting with the Acronis utility that allows you to modify the MBR, but when I try to edit it, I get the message: "No Commands for Booting Operating System." I also tried loading the Recovery Console with my XP CD, but my system froze and I got a blue screen with some "ACPI" error. I think that's BIOS-related. It's very critical that I save the contents of my older drive, which is failing but seems to be error-free and good for at least a few more weeks (if the Hard Drive Gods can be gracious enough). Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!