Thanks for taking the time for answering Sterling
I'd rather not do a re-install of Vista, preferring to transfer data over to the replacement drive.
The replacement drives are WD Caviar 500 mb 72k SATA units which I bought as bulk items from Amazon, therefore they did not come with the software CD's
Earlier I was on the phone with WD support, would you believe that they do not offer Vista 32 bit installation support software yet? I pointed out that Vista has been released for over 2 years now, their response was indifferent, at best !
Originally I was planning to remove all 4 original drives , plug in the replacements, pop in a CD and transfer data over.
I'll figure this out on way or the other, there are other options I can explore Edit:
Edited to remove unnecessary quote. ~tg