In Windows XP, I have successfully created a 29Gb disc image, including MBR. I restored this image to a 112Gb drive to gain the additional space, but the option never appeared to resize the partition. I now have the 29Gb image properly restored to the 112Gb drive, with the remaining space showing as unallocated. User Guide section on pp 42-3 explains the possibility "Changing the restored partition size and location," but when following the restore process, this screen does not appear: trying again to follow the steps, I select the 112Gb drive, choose the option to delete all partitions on the destination drive, then get a screen that asks if I wish to restore another partition from the archive to this drive. I click "No." Next screen is "Restore Options:" I choose default options. Next I get the "Summary page:" Disk Partition Recovery from Archive From:file: \_AcronisBackups\2007_06_19_18_47_59_140D1.TIB Operation 1 of 3 Carrying out user command (Execute user command that is set as default) Command :"*before- process" Operation 1 of 2 (Reboot required) Restoring partition Hard disk:4 Drive letter:H: -> N: File system:NTFS Volume label: Size:27.95 GB Operation 2 of 2 Restoring partition structure Hard disk:4 Operation 2 of 3 Carrying out user command (Execute user command that is set as default) Command :"*after- process" and Proceed option. This appears to repeat the previous process. How can I resize the partition to make use of the unallocated space?