This isn't so much a question rather than a statement. I pulled a hard drive from a Sony laptop. As most know, Sony loves to create 2 partitions for no apparent reason. Most of my customers want the extra partition removed. I connected the HD to my tech station via USB, ran Disk Director and deleted the D: partition then resized the C: partition to use all the space. Then I applied the changes. Everything went off without a hitch. I could browse the "New" C: drive and it was using all the space on the drive. Now I disconnect it from my tech machine and put it back in the laptop. I boot the laptop to a desktop and to my great surprise, BOTH partitions are still there! Complete with data! So I shut down the machine and restarted it. Now I start getting a STOP: 0x00000024 BSOD. Great Fun! Next step, I boot the laptop with Disk Director. Upon looking at the properties, I see I have the Block Bitmap Corrupted. Even more joy. Next step, I boot with UBCD (Ultimate Boot CD) and run Chkdsk. I didn't document everything but lets just say that Chkdsk found all kinds of issues, corrupt files and everything else you can imagine. Finished chkdsk and system booted normally. Hope this gets fixed in the future.