I'm a long-time user of Acronis, and I love it for the most part. I'm currently converting a couple of servers to VMWare Server. The original server has 4 physical Dynamic HDs, 2 sets of software-mirrored volumes. So HD 0 and HD 1 are mirrored to create a C: drive and HD 2 and HD 3 are mirrored to create a D: drive. I created a full backup and converted it to a virtual disk. Unfortunately, 4 vmdk files were created. I assume 1 for each physical HD. The first 2 were almost identical in filesize as were the last 2. I then created a new Virtual Machine with 2 blank HDs and replaced the 2 blank vmdk files with the first and third converted vmdk files. The VM does not boot, but I booted the Acronis CD and was able to see the C and D drive were both correct and available. I then restored the MBR/Track 0 to the first disk on the VM. No change - I still can't boot the VM. I'm now assuming the C drive/volume/partition/disk on the VM is not set to "Active". How can I check this and/or correct this? Is my methodology correct? I couldn't find much documentation on this feature as to how to incorporate the vmdk files - especially when Dynamic disks are involved. Thanks in advance! Original Server: Intel Sitka 4x P3 Xeon Server, 2GB RAM using 4x 36GB Seagate SCA HDs running Windows 2000 Server, SP4.