Two problems in one. I'm trying to move my XP installation to another drive so I may free up my primary drive for a new install of Windows 7. I tried doing a standard full backup of my primary C: drive, then installing XP from scratch on the new drive, booting the new XP drive and Restoring the backup to it (while in it). But it didn't replace the Windows installation with the back up. Just the files. To make an exact copy of my XP installation, I probably need to make an ASR backup and restore it from ASR Recovery Mode (via booting from the XP CD). Two problems with that idea: 1) I don't have a floppy drive (and I'm not buying one, so don't waste my time telling me to get one), and 2) The drive I'm restoring to is smaller than the source drive (though still with plenty of room to hold all my files with room to spare.) ASR refuses to restore to any drive that isn't *exactly* the same size. So, here's my thinking: Is there a way... while in my primary install of XP... to restore a backup of XP to the new drive with the fresh bootable copy of XP on it, replacing the existing install, config and all?