Any and all help is appreciated: What I am trying to achieve is to move my OS (Windows XP Pro) from my current 300 gb drive that I have allocated 10 gb as drive C: to a new Raptor 74 gb drive. Both drives are SATA drives. As a final item I would like to make the Raptor my new C: drive as the boot drive. • Current OS Windows XP Pro on C: partition of 10 gb of larger 300 gb drive • Currently the size of C: drive for my OS is too small (presently at 9.7 gb of 10 gb partition) • Purchased new SATA Raptor 74 gb drive (10k rpm drive) • Reformatted Raptor drive using Disk Management Wizard as a Bootable drive • Made an image of the C: partition on another partition of the same drive (the 300 gb drive) • Restored the image on the Raptor as Drive O, as an Active drive using Restore Wizard, identified as a Master Drive • Tried to reboot from this drive using the Bios e.g. identified the Drive . . . . . but stops on black PCI Device Listing screen • Also disconnected the original drive (300 gb) to see if this would make the Raptor a C: drive as this would be the only Master drive showing, again it stops on the same page, but at the bottom I get the message “Boot from CD/DVD” • How do I boot from this new drive/partition and make it the primary boot drive, or what am I doing wrong? How can I make this my new C: drive, and then rename the old C: drive some other letter (through Disk Management or through Acronis True Image software)? Thank you in advance for any and all help with my delima as I am stumped.