If you have both hard drives installed the only thing you can do is drag and drop your own files. You cannot drag and drop programmes, they will have to be re-installed. The new drive should be installed as the master and the old drive as the slave. Alternatively, if you do not have anything on the new drive yet, you could put the new drive in as a slave and the old disk as the master and then copy everything from old to new. To do this you will need to start windows from your old drive (as master and new drive as slave) and then go to START, RUN and type in xcopy c:\*.* /e/h/k/r/c/ d: Make sure you have the spaces in the right places and that will copy everything from your old disk to your new disk. Once that is finished switch off and remove the old disk and make the new disk the master and reboot.