Excuse my ignorance, but I'm a first-timer when it comes to disk imaging and upon reading the user manual for TI 11.0 I wasn't able to understand exactly what rules apply when imaging a disk/partition to another drive. In one place it said something about as long as the destination disk/partition is larger than the source disk/partition its OK, but in another place it said if it finds any partitions or data at all on the destination disk it can't continue without re-partitioning the destination disk, causing all data to be lost on the destination disk. I have two drives currently installed, a small C: drive and a much larger G: drive, where the G: drive contains non-system data that I don't want to lose, and the C: drive is my OS/system drive. As long as there is enough free space on the G: drive to fit the entire contents of the C: drive, is there any way I could restore the C: image to the G: drive, and begin using the G: drive as my OS/system drive without losing any of the current data on the G: drive?? Or, would I have to re-partition the G: drive to create a new empty (H partition at least as large as the C: drive, and then restore the C: image to the H: drive?? Or, would I have to re-partition the whole G: drive and lose all the data (which of course I would back up to an external drive, so it wouldn't really be lost) before I can do any C: image restore to the G: drive at all?? I'm just trying to figure out in advance what options I might have in the case that my system drive crashes, or becomes too full with applications so I have to move my system to the bigger drive.