Hello all, I am not sure I am doing things correctly. I may be missing something critical, but it seems to me my problem is certainly not intended behavior. I just bought two WD 160GB PATA drives. I took my old drive out of the case and popped it into a USB2.0 enclosure that works perfectly (have used it for months). I thought I would set up a RAID 0 array of 320GB, and then use TI's standalone/bootCD mode to "disk clone" my old drive (via USB2.0) to the RAID array. Well, I am certainly able to do this. I always select manual mode and resize the partitions as I like, and proceed with the clone which takes 45 minutes or so. Problem is, after I reboot, my HPT372 BIOS, when scanning for devices, suddenly comes up and says the RAID array is critical and the RAID 0 is broken -- it starts to not recognize the Primary Master (secondary shows up fine). I thought maybe the drive was busted, so I deleted the array, recreated it (64k block size), used TI's CD again, and cloned again. Again after 45 minutes, TI tells me the disk clone was successful, but on reboot the BIOS once again claims the array is broken. I am thinking maybe this is some bizarre conflict, and TI 9.41 doesn't like the HPT372 BIOS I am using (v 2.32) or something. Or maybe Disk Clone under standalone mode is buggy. I probably should be reinstalling windows anyway. But I just wanted to try a system partition (at least) transplant and since I don't have any leftover space to make disk images from the old drive (the new drives have tobe clean to be able to clone to them), I have to use disk clone instead of restore. I am worried that maybe TI 9.41 really doesn't work with my onboard RAID. It's an Abit BD7II-RAID with HPT372 controller, BIOS v2.32 for the HPT. The thing is, it can SEE the array just fine, and work with the partitions on it, and it seems to write fine, but after writing it is horribly screwing up or confusing the HPT BIOS chip. Any suggestions? If this is a known problem I can try Ghost to see if it's any better, but I have really liked TI so far.