I cannot get the server to boot after installing new hard drives. We are using Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1. Here is what has taken place: The server is an HP Proliant ML350 with a Smart Array 641 array controller and running Windows 2000 Server. The server originally had a RAID 0+1 array consisting of two 36.7 SCSI drives, with two partitions as C and D. The C partition was 8 GB and contained the OS. The D partition was storage. I used a boot disc (Ultimate Boot CD for Windows) in conjunction with the Acronis plugin to successfully make an image of the entire drive (partitions C and D). The image was saved to a USB hard drive. I powered-down the server, removed the two 36.7 drives, and installed three new 147 GB SCSI drives. I booted the server using HP's StartSmart disc. I configured the new array as RAID 5. I powered-down the server. I booted the server using my boot disc and ran Acronis True Image. I successfully restored the image to the new drive - creating two partitions - C and D as before, with C containing the OS files and D as storage. When I restarted the server, it will not load Windows. The start-up sequence proceeds normally until I reach the point where it is looking at the hard drive for something to boot. I see only a black screen with a blinking cursor. The on-board ROM utility confirms that the array is set up correctly and that the drives are working correctly. With my boot disc, I can open a file manager and see that the data has been correctly written to the drive. What is preventing the server from booting Windows? Any help is appreciated.