A friend broght me his Windows XP SP2 computer when the 20GB hard drive reached 1% free space left. He has obtained a new 160GB EIDE drive and I installed it as a primary slave drive. I want to copy the old drive to the new larger drive. I first decided to do some maintaince on the old drive. I ran disk cleanup, and error checking, but was unable to run disk defragmenter because it did not have 15% free space. I tried to use the Data Lifeguard software to copy the existing drive, but it failed, most likely because of the extreme fragmention. I tried Acronis True Image 10 and it also failed. I don't feel comfortable in deleting someone else's files and folders to gain the 2.85 GB of free space needed for the dframenter to run. I would like to do a bit by bit clone and defragment the new larger drive. Is this possible?