I recently decided to upgrade my boot drive, so I picked up a Western Digital SATA II hard drive to replace my Maxtor ATA-133. The IDE drive had two partitions on it, a boot partition and one just for storage. I installed the SATA drive, made sure the SATA drivers were installed on the IDE drive, and fired up Migrate Easy 7.0. I used proportional cloning for the two partitions, and left the data on the IDE drive intact in case there was a problem. It is a good thing I did, too. I tried booting from the SATA drive, but though Windows XP Pro seems to start up, once I enter my password and the little "Logging on" box pops up, the box then disappears and is soon replaced with the "Logging off" box. I tried unplugging the IDE drive in case there was a conflict, but nothing changed. I reconnected the IDE drive and booted from it, and everything seems fine, with a minor exception. While there never seems to be a problem reading the storage partition on the SATA drive, on some reboots the boot partition cannot be found at all. I tried re-cloning, but the problem persists. Since the drive seems to be readable, I am afraid something is going wrong with the cloning. Might that be the case, or am I looking in the wrong direction?