Hello… I used the trial version of true image 9 to clone my Western Digital SATA 80GB hard drive to a new Seagate barracuda SATA 300GB drive, and used the AUTOMATIC setting. It cloned the drive perfectly, but now the new drive shows up in Belarc with the old volumes and not the new drive volume. It does show the new 300GB drive installed, but with the old volumes. Here is how it’s listed: 76.17 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity 38.02 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space ST3300831AS [Hard drive] (300.07 GB) -- drive 0 In windows, under System Information, STORAGE, this is shown: DISKS Description Disk drive Manufacturer (Standard disk drives) Model ST3300831AS Bytes/Sector 512 Media Loaded Yes Media Type Fixed hard disk media Partitions 3 SCSI Bus 0 SCSI Logical Unit 0 SCSI Port 0 SCSI Target ID 0 Sectors/Track 63 Size 279.46 GB (300,066,439,680 bytes) Total Cylinders 36,481 Total Sectors 586,067,265 Total Tracks 9,302,655 Tracks/Cylinder 255 Partition Disk #0, Partition #0 Partition Size 2.00 GB (2,146,765,824 bytes) Partition Starting Offset 32,256 bytes Partition Disk #0, Partition #1 Partition Size 70.94 GB (76,174,318,080 bytes) Partition Starting Offset 2,146,798,080 bytes Partition Disk #0, Partition #2 Partition Size 206.52 GB (221,745,323,520 bytes) Partition Starting Offset 78,321,116,160 bytes DRIVE Drive C: Description Local Fixed Disk Compressed No File System NTFS Size 70.94 GB (76,174,315,520 bytes) Free Space 35.40 GB (38,015,135,744 bytes) Volume Name Volume Serial Number 247622E2 How do I get the 300GB volume (no partitions, just one big ‘ol “C” drive) to be recognized? Also I was unable to run diskcheck…got a message about rebooting to access needed files on disk. System: Dell Dimension 8400 (Nov ’04) 3.00 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4 2.5GB RAM Windows XP home SP2 Thanks!