This isn't a TI question per se but a Seagate DiscWizard (SDW) question. The truth be know it may not even be that, since the cloning appeared to go without a hitch until I tried to boot with the new drive. Let me try to explain, please bear with me. I cloned my present 60GB Seagate HD on my Dell E1505 laptop using SDW to a 120 GB Hitachi HD using a Ultra sata enclosure. Everything appeared to go fine. I transfered the cloned Hitachi to my laptop but upon booting got a bluescreen error message to check for viruses, something about new HD's, for safety sake will not boot to Windows etc. to run Checkdisk f. I ran a diagnostic test and everything appeared to fine but I still couldn't boot using the new drive. Switched back to my old drive and am here now. Later, I put the new drive back in the enclosure, hooked it to my laptop and tried to open and explore. At the time it asked to format, but then wouldn't. Fast forward... Later I was able to format and run a checkdisk (fix errors). Problem being, it appears Dell's Media Direct resized the drive to the Seagate HD size. Now that I've formated the drive (and can use it for storage), I can't use the procedure outlined in the link above, without trying to clone again. Bottomline, I'd like to recover the lost space using the USB F drive. At that point, I'll probably do a clean install on my old drive eliminating Dell's Media Direct and try over Any ideas?