I have a customer who is using TI V on his SBS2003 server. I am about to repalce his server with a new faster peice of equipment. My plan was to take his image and restore it to new server offline, then run a repair load on the server to account for any hardware changes, then finally restore only the data parts of the image from the very latest backup on the weekend. The problem arose last night when I tried to restore the image to the new server in that when booting the server with the Acronis boot CD it could only find my external USB drive (Where the image is stored) but could not see the new hard drives (Sata Raid 1). Obviously it is a driver issue with the Acronis boot cd. How do I reslove this issue? Given that the current server has two partiions (small C: large D, I thought perhaps I could install an IDE drive of sufficient capacity in the new server and restore to it, do my repair load and given that the SATA raid drives are already there at that point , drivers would be installed to handle the SATA drives. I would then image that IDE drive over the new sata drive and then remove the ide drive. As the new server is the latest Dell power edge I have some doubts that even a repair load will install the correct drivers. Would this work or has someone got a cleaner solution for me?