My mate wants to buy a SATA drive to replace his too small IDE drive. He wants to clone his IDE drive to the SATA drive without doing an XP repair. As here: http://www.acronis.com/enterprise/company/inpress/2005/02-28-en-smallbizpipeline-trueimage.html "Because Windows XP does not natively include SATA drivers, when you attempt to boot from the new, cloned SATA hard drive, you'll discover that Windows XP will not load. To prevent this, be sure to enable the SATA controller in the BIOS and load the drivers into Windows before cloning. Should you forget to do this, a repair installation of Windows will be required to make the machine bootable again without losing your data." Problem is we cannot find a way of installing the SATA drivers! The CD does not offer the option on AutoRun but when the CD is searched it is there. When SetUp is run from there it fails with "Device not found". The floppy disk has a file called Si3112r System information, which when right clicked offers "Install", but selecting that does nothing except flash the screen. So exactly how do you follow the above advice to "load the drivers into Windows before cloning" !?? Any help MOST welcome.