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Help-How Move WINXP to new hard drive

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My C drive fill up(2 partitions C and E on on 1 physical drive). Now split a new 80 Gig drive into 2 partitions so I can transfer from the orignal drive to it. I use Norton Ghost 2002 to copy partition to partition and I use Partition Magic to make these 2 partitions. When I replaced the new one with the old drive it wont boot. It says something like missing NTLoader. 2 questions I have here are

1. How do I transfer files from one drive to another that also work for boot drive.

2. How do I delete or format the partition or drive without using PArtition Magic? I suppose I have to go back to DOS boot disk to do this? Windows provides Disk Management service but it does not offer much options. :tazz:
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