I have a Toshiba M200 Tablet PC. Computer's harddrive recently died since it was under warranty a Toshiba Authorized Repair Center replaced it for me. Unfortunately they returned the computer to me with no operating system. The M200 has no internal optical drive and will only boot off a very small list of external USB drives. So I was left with the task of figuring out how to use my Toshiba Recovery disks since I did not have one of the listed drives. My solution was to rip the bootimage.img file from the first recovery disk and put it on a floppy. Things worked fine. I got the Toshiba branded version of Ghost and it restored my machine. Except I still get a error message asking for a system disk and the machine won't boot. I used Dos4NTFS to boot off floppy and C: is present with all the files you'd expect. I then booted using a floppy boot disk I made using XXclone and after initially loading the XXclone utility I was able to get the HD to book Windows Tablet Edition. As it currently stands my computer is working fine except that for me to boot I still need to have the USB floppy attached with the XXClone bootdisk. Does anyone know why this is? How to fix it?