Here is my situation: I have purchased TIS8.0 and have upgraded to the latest build. I have a Windows 2000 server with a single 36GB SCSI drive which is Dynamic and contains 3 partitions: 1st Partition: Drive G: is the system partition (5GB) 2nd Partition: Drive P: has Exchange installed on it (10GB) 3rd Partition: Drive C: (20GB) I did NOT build this server - I would never have created such a strange lettering scheme! My question is: I have run out of disk space on the G: and P: partitions and would like to upgrade to a single 73GB SCSI drive. How do I image the drive so I don't screw anything up? I followed some instructions I read in other threads that mentioned I would need to image the entire drive, then restore the (entire disk) image to the new drive and then re-restore the individual partitions - But when I tried this, I wasn't given the option to restore the entire disk; I could only restore individual partitions. I realize that when I restore the image, I will have a Basic disk instead of Dynamic. I don't want to use Dynamic anyway. Can you please give me some specific guidelines?