Advertisements Hello Wizards-- I have a Sony SAT-T60 that is doing the never-ending reboot loop ("Welcome" -> "Almost there" -> "Welcome"...). I've been wanting to replace the 2 old, noisy 40GB & 80GB 3.5" HDs with a new 120GB 2.5" SATA drive for lower heat, power usage, and noise anyway, so no better time than now. I have the PATA-to-SATA adapter, so the physical part shouldn't be difficult. Just have to secure it sufficiently. I'm a Mac guy, though, and I'd like to get to know how to make these disk swaps w/ one of my older G4 towers or even a newer machine w/ some external cases. I've spotted various threads about compiling and using MFStools and other utils, but some of those date back to 2004, so I'm unsure what's still relevant and useful. Can someone describe the steps and tools needed to do these disk swaps, etc on a Mac? Or point me to a *current* source of info? Thx, Fred P.S. I'll post another thread for this, but in case there's a quick answer: last I heard there's no way to combine 2 disks back to 1 and retain your recordings...has anyone found a way to work around this?