In addition, I'm finally getting my hard drive clones sorted out properly. I have one business machine and one personal machine. I re-equipped the business machine (at my own expense) with a larger hard drive. Each machine gets one hard drive to serve as the clone backup. But for various reasons, the clones have been unbalanced. It works better if both the clone and the installed drive are as identical as possible. (Ideally, you buy two identical drives at the same time.) I've had the drives in the wrong configuration, with A cloning B and vice versa. This afternoon, I'm going through the extra clone steps to get the drives cloned correctly. This can't be done quickly, since I always test each clone after its done. In fact, my normal procedure with a clone back up is to swap the clone into the machine after it's done. This is the only way to be certain that it really will boot, after all. After that's done, the drive that had been the working drive then goes into the fire safe as the backup. I hope that also evens out physical wear on the drives.
Doing these clones is time-consuming, but I've found that they are the best possible backups I could have on account of they also preserve all of my settings and whatnot, and since they're about the only solution when a drive refuses to boot and FIXBOOT won't work.