I thought trying to clone my Manhattan PVR's HDD to a new one would be a walk in the park -- but I'm stuck on the fact that neither Windows Explorer nor my cloning program will read it once connected with the usual SATA cable. Windows (10) Disk Management (and the imaging/cloning program) shows that the disk is indeed there and is connected, but I assume that the file system is not recognised. Unlike most people wanting to clone a PVR's drive, I'm not worried about losing or copying the recordings on it. The intention is simply to have a backup drive which will get the PVR back up and running should mine ever fail, so the only requirement is that it contains whatever basic software the Manhattan needs to operate. (The machine has had heavy use for years, so logically the mechanical HDD might be expected to be the component which will fail first). The source drive (which came in the Manhattan) is a WD 2.5" 320GB SATA HDD. Ideally I want to be able to create an image file (using Aomei Backupper, Easus ToDo, Macrium Reflect or anything similar) -- which can then be restored when needed to a slightly smaller 250 GB 2.5" SATA HDD which I just happen to have in reserve. Some guidance would be highly appreciated, thanx!