Hi. My "C:" drive is actually a 60GB partition in a 500GB drive. The drive has two other partitions: my "E:" drive where I install all my software and a "System Reserved". I'm running Win7 ultimate 64-bit. I just bought a 120GB SSD. I would like to transfer my "C:" drive to the SSD so I can boot Win7 from the SSD without reinstalling everything (and also gain additional 60GB freespace). How do I do it? I understand I would need to copy the "C:" partition and the "System Reserve" partition. I also think I cannot just do a disk copy because the HD is 500GB while my SSD is only 120GB. Or can I? I have EASUS Partition Master Pro 6.1.1. Not sure if this is an issue but the "Disk Operations" options are grayed out including a "Disk Copy" under it. I only have "Partition Operations" options available with a "Partition Copy" under it. Thanks for any leads! EDIT: I didn't do a thorough site search before posting -- I just now found all other SSD discussions under "Memory and Storage" and am looking through it -- sorry. Still, any leads appreciated. I had actually tried migrating for the past two nights without success. But I'm confident I'm just not finding the right info online. Thanks.