I'm not sure what exactly I'm doing wrong, but I'm sure doing it right... Anyway, I just got two new samsung spinpoint 120GB SATA HDD's, and I've got them installed, partitioned, and formatted - that wasn't a problem, went surprisingly smooth. Now, when I open Norton Ghost and select "Disk Backup," then choose to copy C: to one of the partitions on a new SATA drive, it goes through; no problems. The problem I'm having is when I change the drive letters around to where the "copy" of my old C: drive (on the new SATA drive) is the new C: drive, and I then disconnect my old HDD, windows refuses to boot! Alright, it almost boots... Basically what happens is I get the striped down log-in screen (not the one where you choose which user, but the other one where you type in the user/password) instead of my normal one. Now, I could probably live with this, but what really kicks it is when I go to log in, it comes up "Logging In," then "Saving Settings," and finally "Logging Off." When I boot into safe mode it comes up with the same log-in screen, does the same log-in procedure, but this time it kicks me back onto the log-in screen. Help!