Hi, After Cloning using True Image Home Ver 10.0 build 4871 from SATA to SATA drive I have a real nightmare. The cloned bootable drive is not recognized by Windows as the C: drive, in my case it is the G: drive! In fact, the only way I got it to boot was by accidentally leaving in an older version of my cloned drive and when my newly cloned drive boots, it recognizes that older cloned drive as the C: drive! What? Reads files off another drive as it boots! WINDOWS WILL NOT RECOGNIZE THE BOOTABLE DRIVE AS THE C: DRIVE! It is not a cable problem. I called a very knowledgeable friend of mine who has seen this problem and he tells me that when the newly cloned drive boots, THERE CANNOT BE ANOTHER ACTIVE HARD DRIVE IN THE SYSTEM and furthermore, drive letter assignment is somehow locked into the SID itself, and this CANNOT be fixed! However when the newly cloned drive boots, I see all sorts of messages from Acronis assigning it a drive letter! Can somebody please give me a heads up on this problem and how to avoid it or fix it, this is a true nightmare. I recloned the drive with NO OTHER drive in the system and it now boots fine as the C: drive, what is going on?