THANKS for your reply, but we already removed the hard drive from the old computer and installed it in an external USB case. Also the new computer is all hooked up to the 'old' monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers, etc. To follow the procedure outlined in the links you provided it seems I would have to re-install the old hard drive in the old computer, disconnect and re-connect the monitor, etc. and run FAST on the old computer, then do the same again on the new computer. What I really wanted to know was if there is a way to use FAST with the old hard drive connected to the new computer via USB as drive 'E', OR if there is another method that does not use FAST?