Clone NOT possible from RAID 0 to non-raid Can Acronis clone a RAID 0 to a regular drive which will then boot, or did I waste my money? I have a RAID 0 set-up with 3 80gb SSD hard drives on a computer with Windows Vista Ultimate 64bit. I cloned the RAID 0 to a non-RAID external USB 320gb drive using the default options on my True Image Home 2009. I am using the latest build. Then I removed my RAID and replaced with a single 200gb 7200rpm hard drive, changed the SATA option in my bios from RAID to Normal, booted from the Acronis CD, and cloned the new drive from the external USB drive. However, when I tried booting from the newly cloned hard drive, Windows begins to load (I see the Windows loading green bar) and then I get a quick blue screen that says something like hardware config change, and then the computer reboots. I also tried just booting from the USB drive (after giving it priority in the boot order in the BIOS) with the exact same results. I also tried botting from my Windows disk and repairing the newly cloned drive but Windows says it's unable to repair the drive. Any suggestions? Has anyone else sucessfully cloned a RAID 0 to a non raid drive? How about from an SSD to a conventional drive? If Acronis isn't the right product for this, would Nortan Ghost work? Thanks.