I recently got a larger HD (Seagate SATA 160GB) and need to move my OS Partition and another partition on the old HD to this newer drive. I tried to use clone disk but if I run it from the boot disk it does not recognize any of the SATA drives in my system. (Using on board SATA with ATI SB450 Chipset on MSI482M4 MB) Tried to run the Disk Clone within Windows but as soon as the system reboots it scans two partitions comes back with a message that it is complete (in less than a minute) but has done nothing with the drive. So next I tried to use an image backup to restore the two partitions to the new drive. The system would not boot. One time I thought I had it as windows began to boot but it hung up on a logo screen for about 40 minutes not appearing to do anything (no drive light and couldnt quite tell if drive was writing or not). (yes to tech support - I have the latest build and tried to update the drivers) Some help would be appreciated on how to get this image copied over. (by the way, at this point in time, I have spent enough time, I really don't want to focus on fixing the clone thing if I can just get the image restored I would be a very happy camper. I am thinking this should be the most troublefree way to get me where I want to be. I have restored full disks before and they just worked but this is the first in a multi-partition and multidisk. Must be something I am not doing. Thank you. Specs: Windows XP Athlon 64 3700+ 2gb ram Seagate 7200.7 160GB (new drive) Maxtor Diamondmax 10 100GB (old Drive) Trueimage 8.0 build 937 P.S. I am presuming I have to have the "C:" drive partition set as the Active Partition.