Hi all, I'm using the demo version of ATI 10 Home, but I'm not sure if it can do what I need. I have a Thinkpad T60 with an 80GB 5400 rpm drive. I now have a 100GB 7200 rpm drive that I wish to turn into the boot drive. I also have the SATA drive adapter for the T60, so that both drives can be mounted at the same time. I know that part works. The problem is this: for whatever reason, when I installed Vista Ultimate on the 80GB drive and asked for a C: and D: partition, the installer created D: first, then C:. Now that I'm migrating to a new drive, I'd like to make C: the first partition and D: the second one. There is also the Lenovo ThinkVantage pre-desktop area on the OEM drive, which is a hidden and protected partition about 5 GB in size. I don't need to transfer this to the new drive, since I have recovery media on DVD already. Here's the existing drive's layout: 80GB 5400 rpm drive: 0 - 30 GB (D: ) 1 - 40 GB (C:, boot) 2 - 5 GB (hidden pre-desktop area) Here's the new drive's layout: 100GB 7200 rpm drive: 0 - 30 GB (C:, boot) 1 - 50 GB (D: ) 2 - 11 GB (unallocated) I want to do three things: Swap the order of C: and D: Resize C: and D: Omit the pre-desktop partition. I picked Manage Hard Disks -> Clone Disk, but that only lets me perform task 2, resizing the partitions. I cannot choose which partitions to clone, nor can I specify the order they should be created on the destination disk. I then tried Backup, which does allow me to choose only the two partitions, but now I need some place to store the backup image. Given that I only have these two drives, how do I do that? Is there a way to simply transfer C: and then D: from the source disk to the destination disk? Should I be looking at ATI Workstation instead?