Hey guys, It's getting a bit late for me so excuse the brevity of this post, but I wanted to get it out there in case any night owls saw it and could help. Having a bit of a nightmare fixing a family computer. It was a basic Dell machine that was getting long in the tooth, so I gutted and rebuilt it to the following spec from some old and new parts: Celeron D Asus P5B Corsair DDR2 2GB (?) can't remember speed/timings ATI X800 GT Corsair CX430 Win XP Pro 32-bit SP3 Now the issue I'm having is that the existing drive (a Seagate ST380013A, ST380011A or ST340014A from memory) was OEM Windows, so I rebuilt a brand new (kosher) install of XP Pro on a spare Seagate ST9100828AS that I had, copied the data over from the old IDE drive, imaged the SATA drive back to the IDE one using DriveImage, reconnected the IDE one and keep getting this screen: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/33/img20130403213713.jpg/ ...which to me seems like an error. Is it possible that imaging from the SATA drive back to the IDE means that the disk drivers are now too new for the older drive and the PC can't boot to Windows? Jumper on the IDE is set correctly, new SATA install boots in my system no problem when swapped in, all data is copied fully and I'm banging my head off numerous hard edges. Grateful if anyone can offer respite.