1 Using TI 10 - latest build on a Vista Business 64 bit version PC- using the bootable CD- it will clone one hard drive (IDE) to 2nd HD (SATA) but upon cloning- it required a Repair to Vista (which I did not go through since I had TI 11 so figured that would work). 2. Tried TI 11-using latest build (downloaded) = making a bootable emergency CD was impossible - it said the CD was always busy- so I created an ISO and then used Roxio 9 to burn the ISO (which I do all the time form MSDN stuff). Using the bootable CD, as a boot, it cloned and finished fine. I removed the original IDE (all are removeables so just unlock and take them out) and let it boot to the SATA cloned disk that was created. It will start Vista, says preparing desktop and then it ends up with a blue screen with nothing on it. You can at that point hit cntl-alt-delete and get the Vista screen (shutdown, task manager, switch users, etc) but it will not do anything else. PC is a Tyan motherboard, 2 AMD Operteron chips, 2gb memory, 400 gb IDE, to 500 gb Sata (used the automatic proportion control). This (TI 10 bootable CD) used to work fine on this Vista machine with IDE to IDE but usually had to activate again- always a pain- having to call Microsoft. ... changing to SATA since it is faster. Yes it is the real Vista 64 bit version of the software from MSDN. Any suggestions?