I'm using Tiger's 2.0 Mfs Tools Boot Floppy and noticed something that I didn't notice on the older versions of the Boot CDs. When I boot from the boot floppy, I see the hd[a-d] partitions fly by, but when I use SHIFT+PAGE-UP to go back and look for those lines they are missing from the output. The only size information I can see is the box left over from the initial BIOS configuration dump. Am I doing something wrong or does the floppy boot work differently from the CD boot? I would test the new CD boot, but I blew away my NT partition and either my CD burner is so old (Phillips 2000) or my Windows 95 system is so unstable that I can't reliably burn any CD's in Windows 95 anymore. My older Boot CD's were burnt with Nero on my NT partition. Oh, and by the way. You guys are gods! I pulled my A drive out of my DTiVo. Backed it up to my C: drive. Popped in my 80G Maxtor. Restored to the new Maxtor. Popped it in my DTiVo, Tested, it worked. Now I'm trying out the "dd" route. Seeing how saving everything works. Can I say it again? You guys are gods!