Hi all, First post - be gentle! My situation is this: I've got an Adaptec 1210SA RAID controller (most of the work done by Windows drivers) running on a Win2k3 SBS machine. The two drives are Western Digital 200GB SATA drives. They are striped in a RAID 1 array. One of the drives has failed, and I've learned there are compatability issues with these drives and this RAID card, so I've got 2 Seagate drives to replace them. But, I can't rebuild the array to the Seagate drive (or any other drive for that matter - I've tried a couple of others). It always fails and I think the reason is because of the incompatabilities between the existing WD drive and the RAID card (timeout issues). My plan is this: install the remaining WD drive into another machine without a RAID card, just plain SATA connectors on the motherboard. Use True Image 10 (Home edition) to sector-by-sector image this to one of the Seagate drives and then to restore that image to the other Seagate drive. All being well, this should be an exact clone of the old WD drive and boot as part of the array. I can then rebuild the other Seagate drive with the Windows RAID software. Will this work!!! And if so, how do I do a sector-by-sector image in True Image? Any help greatly (and urgently!) appreciated! -Nej.