My motherboard failed unexpectedly recently so I've just upgraded to an Asus A8N-E with Athlon64 CPU and 1G RAM. My system drive was (and is) a 120G SATA with several partitions, including 8G for Windows XP. There is a full backup image on another partition. When I booted the new system last night, it couldn't find XP so I first tried Repair Install, then Recovery Console, but neither could find the OS. Then I used Startup Recovery Manager and "successfully" restored the backup image to an unallocated section of C:, but it still can't find XP on boot-up. What else can I try to get XP recognized without doing a clean install? If I have to do a clean install, are the other partitions on the drive likely to be affected?