Have just searched the knowledge base and got two hits. I specified B&R 10.1 Free in the version, but don't see it in the list of programs appended to the answers. The closest I can find is 10.1 "personal". Does this mean that the information doesn't apply to my version? My questions relate to two issues. The simpler one is this: Transferring the contents of a drive to a drive of a different size. The more complicated one is this: Transferring a bootable partition to a new system. Does the free version support either or both of these functions? If so, in the first instance, does it matter whether the target disk is formatted or appropriately partitioned before beginning the transfer. I also need to know where the program needs to be when writing the backup. I want to use the target hard drive to receive the backup directly, then just move the drive to the new system. Right now the program is installed on one of the two system partitions of the source drive. Can it back up the partition from which it's launched? If so, how much RAM does it need to work properly? If not, how can I achieve this? Would I have to create a new partition with its own OS, install PB&R to that and run it from the new partition? Or could I install and run in from a partition on the target drive? Oh, almost forgot - I'm trying to back up a Windows 98/Win2k dual boot system, where Windows is in a FAT32 partition, and W2k is on NTFS. Since PB&R doesn't support Win98 (and W98 can't see the NTFS partition), I've installed it under W2K. The source disk is 17GB, the target disk is 250GB.