Hi, The last time I tried TrueImage (v9 build 2302) for cloning a harddrive, I got a cloned harddrive and operating system that didn't recognize the old drive. This time I'm going to use TrueImage v8 build 937 for the job. This is my current config: Primary IDE Master 40gb(original harddrive), Windows XP SP2, NTFS file system. Here are the steps I'm planning to follow: 1) Install TrueImage 8, then shutdown PC 2) Connect new 80gb harddrive as Primary Slave 3) Turn on computer, start TrueImage 8 and begin cloning process. 3) Turn off computer after cloning process, then reverse drives (i.e reverse harddrive positions on the cable and reverse jumper settings.) 4) Disconnect old harddrive 5) Turn on computer, i.e - boot into the new cloned OS. 6) Shut down PC, reconnect old harddrive as Primary Slave, and then turn the computer back on. Is this the proper way to clone the harddrive?; will it allow the cloned OS to recognize the old harddrive and use it as extra space? If not, please advise on the correct steps to follow and in the correct order. Thanks.