Ghost, let me make sure before I make things worse. If I add a second hard drive temporarily as a "slave" and use Ghost to clone the master to the slave, am I correct in assuming the following: if I have problems with the original hard drive, I could reformat the drive add the "ghosted" drive as a slave and with Ghost transfer the "cloned" info to the original HD? if I had imaged instead of cloned I could do the same as above? If my assumptions are not correct or if there is a better way what should I do? P.S. I do not want to leave the slave drive in the machine. I guess the bottom line is what is the easiest way to get info back on the original hard drive using ghost on a Windows 98 machine with a floppy and CD-ROM?