Dear all, I'm quite new to the forum and true image software 2009 and would like to share the following with you? Situation: I do have a hard disk with two partitions: C: System containing operating system Windows Vista + Program Files G: Containing Program Files since due to space limitations i was forced to install programms onto the G partition. Objective: I bought a larger hard drive and would like to transfer the information above to the new hard drive the most efficient way. I have made an image of the complete C Drive and i have made an image of the Program Files Folder contained on the G Drive (the rest of the G drive is data which i don't need on my new hard drive). Question: Is it possible to restore the two images onto a single partition on my new hard drive?. i.e. put all program files together on the same partition and have the programs installed understand this change and work properly as before? Do you have any recommendation on how to proceed the most efficient way? If it is not possible to merge both how can i make sure all programs will work properly as before? Do i have to set up my new partitions on my new hard drive with the same letter i.e. C:\ & G:\. Thank you very much in advance. All the best, Laura Edit: I'm thinking of this possible solution: 1) Use TI2009 to make an image of my C Drive i.e. Migrate Windows Vista to my new drive. 2) Buy PcMover Software from Laplink and use this software to migrate my programm files etc... Is this software really worth the money ?