I need to migrate my Windows XP system with two 40GB drives to one 320GB drive. Both existing 40GB drives have 4 partitions each. The first partitions on each Primary Active although I don't boot from the 2nd drive now. The partiions are c, d, e, f and g, h, i, j. My backup destination drive is a 160GB USB drive, Unpartitioned. My new Restore destination drive is a 320GB SATA in normal mode, Unpartitioned. I Backup the 2 40GB drives to the 160GB drive using TI Boot disk. Disconnect both 40GB drives. Using TI boot disk I select Restore function. This function only allows selection of one drive at a time. So I select the 1st one in the list to restore ALL. Then I get the question "do I want to restore another disk?" I assumed this means and Additional Disk....is this the correct assumption? So I select the 2nd drive in the list to Restore. Then I select the new 320GB SATA drive as the restore destination, then PROCEED...It shows 10 steps to perform. When the Restore function completes successfully there are only 4 Partitions created on the target drive and it will not boot....give "Disk Boot Failure" . I have selected this drive to boot from in the BIOS. So what did I do wrong that causes it to only restore 4 of the 8 partitions? Of course it probably won't boot since there are obvious missing partitions. Sorry for the long explanation. But this thing is driving me nuts. And yes, I have read the User Doc but I just cannot figure out if this product is intended to take 2 hard drives and combine them to one larger hard drive. Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks.