Please verify this RAID restore procedure I have Windows XP SP2 installed on a machine with a Gigabyte GA-K8N Ultra-9 motherboard. Right now, I have the OS on a single SATA drive, with no RAID at all. I plan to add 3 more SATA drives (so all four would be on the motherboard's Si3114 RAID controller) and create a RAID-5 or maybe a RAID-0 set, with the OS on it. I just created a full image of my OS drive (using True Image 8.0 build 903), and I have saved it to an external USB hard drive. Here is what I plan to do, if someone could please validate that these are the correct steps (in the correct order), I would be much obliged: 1) Install all drives on Si3114 RAID controller 2) Create RAID-5 set in Si3114 BIOS utility 3) Boot from True Image recovery CD-ROM 4) Restore image to new, larger "drive" (actually the RAID-5 set) <-- I imagine at this point, TI will be able to "see" the proper size? 5) Try booting Windows, if it works, let out big sigh and have a beer 6) If not, use Windows Recovery Console to load proper drivers I have a floppy disk with the RAID drivers that Windows would want at install-time ("press F6..."), will I definitely need those at some point, or will the recovery CD recognize everything? In other words, does TI 8.0 build 903 natively support this RAID controller? I'm skeptical that this process could really be "this easy," but if it is, I'll be singing TI's praises to everyone I know! Thank you for any help you all can provide! Jeff P.