Advertisements Hello, my problem started when I tried to do the mfsrestore command to receive the image. It said something about the first target drive being too small to receive the image. This drive is 80G, which is way bigger than the image. Now, when I boot to Windows and go into Disk Management, it shows this disk as "Disk 1" with a red circle next to it. Under that it says "Unknown 9 MB Not Initialized". Having only 9 MB that explains why it's too small to accept the image. But it's 80G, and by the way, this drive came from my TiVo. It's a 2 drive TiVo, where one drive went bad but I'm trying to salvage the other one. Anyway, according to Windows doc, I should be able to initialize this drive and there's supposed to be wizard that pops up automatically for me, but it doesn't. There is no menu option to initialize this drive. I'm guessing I need to initialize it to gain access to the 80G. Is that right? I have a second drive (only 20G, Western Digital) that used to be a PC drive that's already partitioned using NTFS. Since I also want to use that in my TiVo, isn't it true that I should repartition that drive as FAT32 before attempting to do a MFSRESTORE command onto it? I'm pretty sure I do, but my first question above about gaining access to 80G instead of 9MB is the most important one. I've googled around the web for my problem but can't find it. Out of curiosity, I put both TiVo drives in my PC, and they both say the same thing: 9MB Unallocated. Could it be the Windows XP is simply not compatible with those drives? They are: Maxtor D540X-4K If Windows XP can't read these drives, but TiVo can, then what are my options for installing the image onto them?