I have 3 disks in my system. The boot (XP & applications) disk (80GB) is getting more and more sector errors. It's still usable for now though (it has taken out a couple applications though). Before it fails, I want to get a new disk in. Here are a few quick questions before I buy TI 8.0: o I made an image with the demo version. Will that image work ok with the full version or do I need to buy the full version and make another image? o Can I purchase a 120GB replacement disk, partition it into an 80 and 40GB then use the 80GB partition to restore my bootable image to? I assume then that if I replace my failing drive with the new drive (with the two partitions) it will boot ok (from the 80BG partition)? I want to get the system up and running ok with a new drive BEFORE I wipe the old drive. o I assume that the disk clone feature won't work in this case because I can't have the target drive partioned? o The demo version of TI8.0 did not like my second disk drive (first and third were fine). TI says: "The disk contains an unsupported structure". The only difference I see (using Disk Management) is that the second drive was created as a Dynamic disk (vs a Basic). So I assume that TI won't work with Dynamic disks? So if I ever wanted to use TI for backing up this volume I'd need to convert it to a Basic disk?