I migrated from one Seagate drive to another (both 500GB) because the old one is 4 years old and I am concerned about it failing - other like machines in our office have recently. After the migration, IE10 is not working right. I can put the old drive in and it works fine. When I did the migration I chose to do an "HDD raw copy" so I am pretty surprised that anything would be different. I have tried the copy twice with the same results. I did this on 8 other PCs in our office and this is the only one that acted up. IE10's problem is that it won't download files from websites - it gets stuck after you answer the "Open, Save, Cancel" question. Mike.