I have two HDDs in my system, one as the OS "System" disk and one as a data storage disk, i have just replaced both of them with new ones, when i cloned the OS "System" disk to the new HDD the partition was set as the "System" disk or "Active" partition as it should, but, when i cloned the data storage disk the partition on the data disk was also set as "Actve", the issue here is the original data storage disk/partition was not set as "Active". Also i would like to point out that the only HDDs that were connected to the system during cloning was the HDD to be cloned and the new HDD, i then shut down the system and removed the old HDD before booting into Windows with the new, i then shutdown the system and removed all HDDs and repeated the same actions with the data disk, there is also only one single partition on each disk. Why would ATI 10 set my data disk/partition as active? Isn't the whole point of cloning a disk to get an excact copy/clone of the original? I have since set the data disk as "Inactive" but i would still like to know why ATI 10 set my new cloned data disk as active. Thanks!