I'm sure this is really simple, but I've googled for hours, and can't find the answer. My Mac Pro setup is as follows: The stock (250GB, I believe) hard drive has both a Windows & Mac partition on it. These work fine. I installed a new 500GB hard drive, for the purpose of copying the XP partition onto. After installing the drive, I used the Boot Camp utility to format it. From there, I used WinClone to make and image of the existing XP partition, and then I dumped it onto the new hard drive. All seemed to go well. There were no errors in the Winclone log. Once that was complete, I selected the new drive under 'System Preferences/Startup Disk'. After rebooting, I get the following error "Windows could not read from the selected boot disk. Check booth path and disk hardware." I believe since the image was dumped onto a different hard drive, there needs to be some changes made to the boot.ini file. Problem is, I don't know what. I've been tinkering with it for about an hour, and no luck. Can anyone help?