So, a few might remember me getting a new HD for my old hag. Turns out I found a cheap internal 320GB one. I installed everything in the PC and when I started it up the problems started showing up already, naturally I was expecting this. So I changed the HD cable and that seemed to actually get it starting up. Though as soon as I hit the desktop, my PC restarts. Forgot my PSU is only 200watt and 150watt on some kinda mode, not alot as you can see. I removed the floppy and DVD drive and it seemed to do fine. Before this it was doing fine with everything connected but without the new HD. Aren't HDs only supposed to use like 10watt or something? What seems to be the deal on this? The difference in power usage shouldn't differ that much from the 60GB drive right? I figured I could make the PC boot from the new HD but I have absolutely no idea in doing this. Is it possible to transfer the data from my old 60gig to the new 320gig, including the Windows jumbo and whatnot. After this I could just disconnect the old drive and put the DVD drive in and start installing my old PC games I missed out on. tl;dr - So basically I want to replace my old drive with the new one, but I want all the files from the old to the new drive. How does one achieve this? Thanks in advance for helping out this hardware noob 'temp!