Can someone advise me how I can stop the Clone Disk function from making the Source HDD "InActive" at the end of the clone process. (Is there an option I can select?) Currently the procedure guide says that the Clone Disk process will make the "target" HDD ACTIVE at the end of the disk copy steps - in preparation for becoming the new Primary Drive. In the process, the Clone routine Deactivates the "Source" HDD so that its Partition Table no longer carries the "ACTIVE" Flag indicating Primary Partition; i.e. Changes the Flag from Hex "80" to Hex "00". This current default makes my system inoperative after I use the Clone Disk function just for backing up my PC's HDD to an external HDD. In fact, on two ocassions when I have used virgin new target HDDs, the "deActivate" process has somehow corrupted my MBR / Partition table. (As I said, this happened twice, but fortunately I had backups of my Track 0 for bothe systems that got corrupted.) To be honest, I imagine many, many Users would want to use the Clone function this way - so there must me an option I have missed somewhere. In the meantime I shall continue reverting to my Norton's Ghost which has an identical Clone function, AND offers a clear option whether to reset the Active Flag on the source drive after cloning completes.