I am running Vista on a Thinkpad T60. I am cloning from a 100 gb internal drive with two partitions -- recovery and C: partition -- to a new 160 gb drive. I have placed the new drive in an Ultrabay adapter. I have heard of good experience running TI on Thinkpads, so I bought it. TI 2009 Home finds the old and new drives. I choose manual cloning, manually set the recovery partition to 6.3 gb and the remainder to the new C: partition. Then I choose "Proceed." A window opens that reads, "Locking Partition C:" then the window closes and nothing more happens. It's as if the clone just stops -- or never starts. I'm left at the "Utilities" menu screen of TI. (I waited for 30 minutes, thinking it was running in the background, but nothing changed.) A number of contributors seem to have Thinkpads and have success, so I'm hoping there is a simple fix for this. When I chatted with tech support last night, they told me to run TI from the bootable CD, but I can't do this as only one component can be in the ultrabay at one time -- CD or hard drive adapter. Could it be hanging up when trying to prepare the recovery partition for cloning -- does it need permission via the BIOS to access this partition?