Here is mine. Cloned from an onboard RAID 0 SATA array (Intel ICH5R) to another RAID 0 array, an onboard Promise Fast Track PATA. When done cloning the source array drives were disconnected and the system was booted from the clone, still attached to the Promise controller. Windows starts normally but then hangs between the splash screen and the blue background screen. Some light disk activity is seen during this time. Booted from win98 floppy and fdisk/mbr made no difference. Tried the Paragon Justboot Corrector and the burned CD boots but the program hangs getting partition info. Single OS, no dual-booting going on here. TI 8, 9 and 10 have had absolutely zero problems in making a bootable clone in this very same hardware, dozens and dozens of times. Now 2009 won't do it. Only difference I see is that 2009 leaves unallocated partition space after the source partition, according to the map. Prior to 2009, when 'proportional' was chosen it would expand the partition all the way to the end of the larger disk. Thoughts? I had some other issues re 2009, one an absolute killer that had me a hair's breadth from total system loss. Only the presence of mind for me to squirrel away an image (on a hunch before trying 2009) saved my butt. But that's not the point of this thread. Thanks.