Hi. Somebody please help me get unconfused about this. I have a Dell Precision 450 with two SCSI drives. My C: drive is the one I want to upgrade to a larger drive. I want an exact image of it so I don't have to reinstall software or lose any data. I bought a larger SCSI drive and put it into my system, which will be my new C: drive. The system recognized it and is assigned the drive letter F: temporarily (SCSI drive #2 is partitioned into D: and E. I tried using Ghost 9 to copy C: to F:. There was setting to make the new drive (F bootable and active (and was supposed to deactivate the old drive C: as the boot drive while it was at it - yikes!). After the process was completed, I unhooked my C: drive, thinking now it would boot off of the F: drive, but my system did not boot at all. Luckily, I when I hooked C: drive back, it boot up as normal. So I am back to where I started. I am relieved I didn't lose anything. I am uninstalling Ghost because the documentation is lousy. So, here is where my questions are. I want to try True Image to do this task for me. However, there are some things I don't understand. 1) If I transfer the contents of my old boot drive C: to the new, larger boot drive F:, how does drive F: become drive C:? I mean, when transfer is complete and turn off the machine, and I unhook the cable from C:, when I restart, the new drive is recognized still as drive F: in Winodws. Windows cannot find drive C: anymore. How do I make it drive C:, or have Windows boot off drive F:? 2) With SCSI drives, each drive has a unique id, i.e. 0-6 in my system. Does the drive I have as drive C: have to have ID=0? Thanks for all your help. I am scared to death that I will screw up my C: drive trying to upgrade because of these unknown issues.