Running Vista Home Premium with 750 Gig Seagate. After cloning to a second 759 Gig drive, I see the majority of the cloned drive marked as "unallocated". So where are my data files? I saw this posting "However, you should be aware that we recommend you to unplug on of the hard drives right after the disk cloning process was finished (as you may already noted, your PC automatically shuts down in order to allow you to unplug one of the hard drives), since keeping the both source and destination hard drives connected might cause the boot problems. " After the clone process is done (and when I'm not in the room), the machine finishes the clone process and follows through and goes to the Vista login screen. When I log in, I don't have any files on the new drive. I see the posting where you're suppose to unplug BEFORE it boots... but twice I've done this (over a 12 hour period) and both times I didn't see the end of the cloning process. So... Do I need to 1) absolutely be there to shut down and remove the HD before it begins the reboot cycle, or 2) can I just shutdown WITHOUT logging in (when I see this screen) and then pull the new clone out?, or 3) ??