The following occurs when I clone my hdd. If the source drive is smaller (eg. a 10gb hdd), and the destination drive is larger (eg. a 40gb hdd), then the cloning process is flawless, I will have no errors. However, if the source drive is larger (eg. a 40gb hdd) but has less data on it then the destination drive (eg. 7gb of data on the 40gb source drive), and the destination drive is smaller (eg. a 10gb hdd), then the cloning process has problems and I will always get a major win 32 system error which renders the drive useless. The hdd will appear to clone correctly, but when you use it you will start getting the win 32 system error. This will occur when you try to open windows explorer. I had to reinstall my entire OS system quite a few times before I finally figured out why I was getting this system error sometimes but not other times. It only occurs when cloning a large hdd onto a small hdd. How can I fix this?, or is this a limitation in the Acronis True Image software? If so, it seems like a major software limitation. I tried to submit this question to Acronis tech support, but their web site doesn't seem to be working right now.