We have a manufacturing machine (CNC machine) here that runs on Windows NT 3.51. I really need to make a copy of the hard drive in case it dies. The data is not replaceable. The operating system can not be modified at all. I am having some troubles. The drive is a 1.5 Gig Drive with 2 partitions on it. The primary partition is 614.2MB (FAT16) and the secondary partition is 925.3MB (NTFS). My replacemanet drive is a 60GB drive. I plugged the drive I need to backup into my Windows XP Pro system and used Acronis True Image (9.0) to clone the 1.5GB drive. It created a file on my XP drive. I then unplugged the 1.5GB drive and plugged in the new 60GB drive. I performed a restore with the Acronis true image software. It made the NTFS partition 55GB which I knew probably wouldn't work. I manually erased everything off the 60GB drive and made 2 partitions: A primary 2GB FAT partition and a secondary 2GB NTFS partition. I left the rest of the drive unpartitioned. I named the partitions the same as on the original drive. I then restored the partion data individually with the Acronis True image software. When I reset the jumpers on the drive to make it the primary bootable drive and plug the drive into the machine I get a windows NT Blue screen that says Inaccessable Boot Device. It looks like the drive is being recognized by the motherboard when I go into the system setup. Any ideas.