I was helping a friend to upgrade the HDD of the above computer with a higher capacity and RPM. We chose to use the Disk Clone function of the Seagate DiscWizard, which is basically a simple version of ATI-10. The OS is XP Home SP2. However, the format is FAT32. The original HDD is a WD 40GB. We first cloned with a new Seagate 7200.10 160GB drive. Upon swopping in the new drive as the system drive, the system showed "NTLDR Missing, ...". [We subsequently used this HDD to clone on a Dell Dimension 8200 (also XP Home, but NTFS formatted), and did not encountered any problem.] We next cloned with a good used Seagate 7200.9 80GB drive. And the same problem occurred. We had verified that the jumper position was the same as the original HDD (in this case CS). Unfortunately, the legacy FDD was faulty and we were not able to try out some of the methods proposed in some earlier forum threads (like copying NTLDR, NTDETECT.COM, BOOT.INI over to C:/). We have yet to clone with the DiscWizard bootable media (all above clonings were done under Windows). Meantime, we like to know if any member of this forum has similar encounter, and if a specific fix is available. Thank you in advance.