I have been testing out using XXClone to see how it works for migrating a C drive and all it's Windows XP Pro (SP2) system data, programs and data. I connected an old IDE drive to my test computer via an IDE to USB adapter, then did a quick format of the old FAT32 IDE drive. It showed up as "Drive E". I should mention that my test computer also has a FAT32 IDE system drive. I successfully cloned the files over to the old drive (Drive E) with XXClone. Then I turned off my test computer, then physically disconnected it's hard drive, then connected the old drive (Drive E) to the computer, then I tried to boot up with that drive. It would not boot. I just got a black screen with a blinking cursor. Can Fat32 System volumes even be cloned? Do I need to somehow change the drive letter from "E" to "C"?