Hi All, I am attempting to create an image of my Windows XP boot drive and restore that image on to a new bigger hard drive and then boot off that new drive. I was having the error 0x80 occur while making the image file, so I followed the steps below to attempt to copy it directly to the new drive. I am attempting to backup my 18GB C: drive to an empty 700GB F: drive. The C: drive has 1.13GB free. I have checked this drive for errors using the Error-checking tool in Windows. There isn't enough space to defrag the drive. This drive is an ultra160 SCSI hard drive. The 700GB was initiated and formatted in Windows as a 700GB primary partition. This drive is a SATA drive. Booting from the Paragon Drive Backup Boot Disk: I select "Create Image of Hard Disk" with the following options: HDD RAW Set Image Name Auto Do Not Enable Image Splitting Control Archive Integrity Do not skip OS Aux Files Normal Compression level Apply Changes. The Progress Information Screen shows: Backup Partition or Disk. Approx Achive size will be 13245 MB Backup Disk 1 to File: blah blah blah Backup Primary Partition 0 (Disk1) to File: blah blah blah Getting Clusters Bitmap Data Writing (blah blah blah) is a file on the empty 700GB F: drive) Then an error window with an Error 0x80 occurs. What is going on? Why is this happening? Am I doing everything correctly? The C: drive has 1.13GB free. I have checked this drive for errors using the Error-checking tool in Windows. There isn't enough space to defrag the drive. This drive is an ultra160 SCSI hard drive. Problem 2: When I try to copy the drive using partition...the system won't boot on the copied drive. The computer complains of a missing NT boot loader file. What's wrong in this case? Thanks for your assistance.