I have a small and slow hdd on my notebook which I'm about to replace but I don't want to reinstall windows and linux which are already installed on my current hdd, I want to clone all of 3 partitions to the new disk. At first, I though I should use the clone feature of TI, but while testing it, I recieved a message saying I needed to have 2 disks installed on the system to make it work. But then, I realized, I could just make normal backups with the 3 partitions separately, save them on my PC hdds and then restore them to the new disk using TI's boot disk. Will this procedure work at all? Will the new disk work just fine as the old one? This is one question... The other, is that I was testing to see if I could access my network drives through TI's boot disk and I couldn't. Any thoughts on why this wasn't possible? I went to the options and configured the eth0 settings exactly as I use them on windows and I coldn't see any PCs on the network while expading "Computers Near Me". How can I access network files? So I can use TIs boot disk to restore my hdd from the *.tib files? Do you recommend any other procedure to clone notebook hdds? I want a solution without having to buy an external case for one of the hdds.