OK I have really screwed up here. OS: Vista 64 Ultimate TI: 11 Home My laptop has two drives in it: DRIVE0 and DRIVE1. I reformatted Drive 0 and partitioned it with two partitions, one for the OS and one for the program files. So I wanted Drive 0 to have C:/, and D:/. However, as I was partitioning, I failed to redefine the drive letters. So Drive 1 is now the D:\ drive, which splits physical drives between drive labels. EX: Drive 0 = C:\ and E:\ Drive 1 = D:\ (those of you who know what I'm talking about don't need any explanation--lol) Now the problem is that the program files are D:\ on DRIVE1 and not DRIVE0. Is it possible to make an image of Drive 1, which is D:\programs, and then change the drive letters to their correct labels, so that Drive 0 = C:\ and D:\, then restore the image to the redefined D:\ on Disk 0- and have all the program file paths work?