Hi, I am attempting to restore a Windows 2003 SBS install to new hardware using Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 9.1 with Universal Restore. Old server has 2 IDE HDDS disk 1 has 2 partitions - c:\ and x:\ disk 2 has 1 partition - d:\ c:\ contains an old install of NT4, and is the boot partition- windows' boot loader lets u choose between NT4 & SBS x:\ contains data only d:\ contains the Windows 2003 SBS install. New server has 2 sata HDDS, completely different processor etc. I proposed to make an image of d:\ then restore it to the new server, but it wont boot no matter what i do with boot.ini, fixmbr, bootcfg. The best i can get is a repeating boot/reset. Loading recovery console on the NEW server allows me to log on to the c:\windows installation, but bootcfg /sccan doesnt detect any windows installs. (HUH?) Can it be as simple as a drive letter error? ie registry refers to d:\ but it is now c:\ I did not want to image/restore disk 1 and 2 as it is a messy setup with c:\ being a waste of a partition, do i HAVE to image/restore everything (c:\, x;\, d:\) to retain the original mbr/boot.ini etc or can i fix my 'clean' restore? Thanks in advance.