Hello, I a have tried to migrate a dual boot drive (2 partitions, C: and D to an existing hard drive on my Dell laptop which already had a EISA partition in it. Since I did not want to touch it because it contains Dell specific apps for the system I tried to make the migration avoid erasing the EISA partition. I did not care for the rest of the data on the drive but I feared touching that EISA partition. After everything was said and done, Migration Easy seems to have gotten rid of the EISA partition. I am now only able to boot to D: on both drives, but C: on both drives cannot be accessed at all. I tried using the XP CD to rebuild the master boot record on both C: and D: but it did not help. I don't know where to go from here as I am not familiar with command lines and Windows XP Repair operations. Could it be a simple boot.ini issue? Why did Migration Easy do this?! Any help you can provide is appreciated. Thank You!