Keep in mind that we do this almost daily, usually from failing hard drives. Hard Drive A (HDA) is 80GBs Hard Drive B (HDB) is 250GBs HDA is overheating with 1 bad sector in the middle of the drive. we put HDB in the computer, then use a bootable disc with True Image 11 on it. we put HDA on an external hard drive enclosure and hook it up to the PC via USB. We do a clone from HDA to HDB using either automatic or manual Once thats done, everything looks like its working good. So then, I need to resize the partition to take advantage of the new space. using Disk Expert, I notice the partition has a red C on it. When I try and resize it, I get an error that the partition cannot be resized because its got errors. I dont know how to fix the partition to be able to reallocate all the free space. We usually end up creating a second paritition to use that space because we cant modify the primary partition.