My system had 1 SATA 120GB drive and 1 40GB IDE drive. WinXP was installed fresh on both drives, the IDE drive first, then the SCSI drive. The 120GB SATA drive was my normal boot up drive, but I could also boot up into WinXP from the 40GB IDE drive by simply changing the boot sequence in the BIOS from SCSI to HD0 as the first boot device. I could access both drives through Windows explorer with this setup and was great for repairing minor window problems/corrupt files, etc. I wanted to upgrade the 40GB IDE to a 120GB IDE drive and still retain the same ability to boot up with either drive. I cloned my SCSI drive to the new IDE drive with True Image 8.0. The new 120GB IDE drive does boot up correctly and there's no problems there at all. The problem is that Windows explorer doesn't see the SATA drive any longer in explorer when I boot up from the IDE drive (it would assign D to the SATA drive when I would boot up off the IDE drive and function exactly as a slave drive, same as the IDE works when I boot up off the SATA drive). The SATA drive is listed in Device Manager as working correctly, and it is listed in My Computer, but not in explorer to access the files. Is there anyway to fix this with True Image? Or was cloning a drive in this setup the wrong way to do it and I need to reformat and reinstall after all? I also notice that True Image is installed as a device in Device Manager. Would uninstalling it at this point fix the problem so I can boot up off either drive as I could before? I really don't need True Image for backing up or restoring, I only wanted to avoid having to reinstall everything on the IDE drive. Thanks for any suggestions.