I tried to clone a Dell Inspiron 100gb hard drive. Source drive contained 3 partitions, one 3.6 mb, one 85 gb and one 3.69 gb. After the process my 100 gb destination hard drive turned into a 57 gb hard drive. I can only find one partition on it. I tried to reinstall Windows XP but when I reached the section where you delete the existing partitions there was only one 57gb. When I go into bios setup it shows one drive of 57 gb. I tried deleting any partitions with debug but had no luck. I tried examing the drive in True Image Home with the same results, one partition with a size of 57 gb. I tried Acronis Disk Director Suite 10.0 but it shows the same result. I spoke with dell and they had never seen this problem before, nor have I. They are sending me a new hard drive. Can Someone tell me how to recove the missing space? I wanted to image the source drive from another Inspiron to take advantage of the a process dell builds into there disk drives that allows you to redo you system to factory in about 7 minutes. I this possible with Acronis and which product(s) would I need to buy to accomplish this task? Is it possible to create an image of my system after I have done a fresh install with all software loaded so that I can restore to this state with the speed that the dell process offers?