Goal: Migrate dual boot grub (Fedora Core 4+ Win2k SP4) IDE c: drive to SATA D: drive which has some existing data on it and 85% free space. What I did: #1) Disk Director created new partitions in D: drive to match what was on C: Drive. (For the name of the new C: drive, I left the volume name blank) #2) Disk Director disk copied each old partition on IDE to SATA Drive. (Windoze and Linux partitions were copied. PROBLEM: Booting new SATA drive displays the word GRUB and machine reboots continously. More Information: Tried to re-install windoze and repair. Same symptoms appear afterwards. (During the repair, it gives me 3 choices about an unrecognized filesystem: FAT32, NTFS or NO CHANGES, I select NO CHANGES.) Tried to re-install FEDORA but it tells me the partion table on sb is damaged and wants to repartion everything. [this same thing happened 2 years ago when I upgraded from win2k sp2 to sp4 with REDHAT and LILO. I fixed it by running FIXMBR and re-installing win2k and then upgrading REDHAT to FEDORA core4.] Is the problem with MBR again ? I have been working on this for 2 days now and am getting tired. I am sure this is an easy question to answer for someone. Thanks for your help.