I am a user of True Image Home v10. I have a Dell XPS 400 Win XP with internal 500 GB HD split between two 250 drives in a Raid-0. TI in boot mode sees a C: partition of 470 Gb, a 4 GB FAT32 Dell system restore partition, and a 50 MB FAT16 Dell diagnostics partition. I want to eliminate the Raid setup and split my data between the two drives, one the boot drive for the system and the other pictures, music, etc. I was thinking I could store the media folders off to an external drive temporarily, leaving less than 100 Gb of OS and programs on the 500 Gb drives to work with, and install a new additional internal 250 Gb drive (there is a room for a 3rd), which will give me a total of 3 internal 250 Gb drives. My question is, since at this point I only have the 100 Gb OS and programs being utilized across the 500 GB Raid setup, is there a way to clone that to the new empty 250 Gb (it is smaller than 500 Gb) and make it the new boot drive? That way I won't have to destroy the original Raid drives (and their data) until I can verify that I can boot to and use the new 250 Gb drive housing my OS and programs. Once that is done I can reformat the Raid setup to two separate drives and move the media files from the external HD back. The user guide doesn't mention anywhere about cloning to a SMALLER hard drive, only a larger or same size one. Is it possible to do this and get the MBR copied correctly so it will boot/function? Should I clone/image just the C: partition, or all three (the other small Dell partitions also)?