Last nite I started a disc clone of my old hdd with two partitions to my new drive. Set the partitions sizes manual, did want som unallocated space left on my new drive. Windows (XP SP1) rebooted, the job started and all looked fine. This morning I turned on my monitor and XP whas at the login prompt so I did a shut down, removed the old hdd, set the new one as master (via cable select) and turned it on again. Booted into "native", True Image did some stuff and the reboted again. XP booted just fine of the new drive but when I logged in the second partition (d was missing. Checked the partitions on the drive and only the first (C partition was present, the rest unallocated. Hmm. No worries I thought, just plug in the old drive again as a slave and copy the things out of the old D: that i needed. Shut down, plugged in the old, booted up and.... gaaaah! Old drive only had only one partition (unformatted) and it looks like the whole drive only is about 2 mb! Any ideas what first caused the clone-job to fail and why my old drive has gone bad? If I can't get my old d: back it's a complete disaster! Note: I didn't destroy or create a new partition table on my old with True Image. Selected "Keep data".