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I did a full backup image of an 80gb drive using Acronis 10.

I am now trying to restore to a 320GB drive and cannot assign the MBR to the new drive... the new drive appears in the drive list but is grayed out.

Any ideas?
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please delete all partitions on the new harddrive and let acronis create partitions for you
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It is a new drive... no partitions
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I ended up just reinstalling the OS, etc.
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