No problem. I added the following to the original post (just to be as clear as possible) : Important Notes: Don't allow IC or WinMFS to expand the target drive (utilize any unused space). That will cause additional partitions to be added (two at a time), which can cause you to exceed the partition number limit, in the end. Save the expanding for JMFS (which only adds one partition), then use WinMFS to turn on the "Supersize" option (which doesn't add any partitions). It's been long enough since I used IC, that I don't recall if you can stop it from expanding the drive. But, if I recall correctly, the process of using WinMFS to put the IC image back on the original (stock) TiVo drive may actually remove remove any additional partitions that IC may have added (beyond what a stock drive has). I, as well as others, have done this several times, so you should be able to get the same results.