Hello everybody, I recently upgraded my system and I now have a S-ATA HDD that I use in conjunction with my old P-ATA drive. The last one is configured as slave on the only available IDE channel, it has got a single partition (E: ) and it's disk number 0 for the system. The S-ATA drive is disk number 1 and is divided into 2 partitions (C: for the OS and D: for data). The letters have been assigned by Windows XP and are correctly configured for my needs. The problem is, when I boot the PC with Acronis Rescue Media, the program assigns the letters in a different order (C: for the only available partition on disk #0, the P-ATA one. D: and E: for the two partitions on the S-ATA drive, that is disk #1). I guess this causes some troubles to Acronis, because - when I save the image under Windows - the partitions have certain letters assigned by the OS. Anyhow, when I try to restore the back-up and True Image reboots the PC in order to complete the operation, the letters are different and the machine hungs up, doing nothing. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Best regards.