I attempted to Ghost ( version 12 ) a 100GB Toshiba hard drive to a Western Digital 250 GB drive. Ghost operation ran to completion and I was able to put new hard into the laptop and boot it. I looked at drive properties and it shows up as a 100 GB drive, not a 250 GB drive. I went into Disk Management ( Windows XP ) and was expecting to see approximately 150 GB in unallocated space, but all I found was 4.7 GB. I ran a Western Digital diagnostic program and it recognizes the drive as a 100 GB drive. It is a 250 GB drive. Is there a way to reclaim this space? I looked for a Western Digital low level format program, but could not find one. I found others out there, but I think I would rather send drive back than experiment with free low level format software. I have emailed Western Digital support but have not heard back from them. Any thoughts?