Hello, I'm having trouble with a disk cloning operation. I've heard many users say good things about Acronis TrueImage, so I've downloaded v11 Home and am using the trial. I recently purchased a new hard drive to replace/upgrade the drive currently in my laptop. As my laptop only has one hard drive, this means it's my bootable C:\ drive. I do not have an external enclosure available, so I tried to clone it via a network with the new hard drive plugged into my PC. This is apparently not supported, so I had to pull the original laptop drive and put it into my PC as well. This, then, creates somewhat of a conflict as there are 2 C:\ drives - my PC's main boot disk, and the C:\ that was pulled from the laptop. Since it is my PC after all, it boots off the correct disk and it assigns the laptop drive letter D:\ instead. I formatted my new laptop drive and assigned it letter T:\ so Windows could access it. I then loaded Acronis TrueImage 11 and conducted a Disk Clone operation from D:\ to T:\ using the proportional setting so that it would allow me to use all the space available on the new drive. It completed the operation in about 27 minutes (~45GB of data.) I then placed the new laptop drive, freshly cloned from the original laptop drive, into the laptop.. but Windows will not boot. A quick search shows one possible cause being that the drive letters may have been messed up, and the recommended program was Paragon's JustBoot Corrector. I downloaded this and attempted to use it, but it failed to load for some reason. Thankfully, I left the original drive intact, so I swapped out the new laptop drive for the original one and that still boots up properly. I'm not sure what went wrong here. Can anyone shed some light on this? Thanks in advance.