Here goes, I bought a new WD6400AAKS last week and planned to clone my system drive, did the deed and couldn't boot. I ended up formatting it, because I got impatient after several runs of Start up Repair doing nothing. So I read up some more and found I supposedly needed to run Startup Repair at least 3 times, So I cloned it again, ran S.R. 4 times and still no boot "BootMgr is Missing" was my error, So I did a little more digging and found the commands to delete and rebuild the BCD, knowing full well my activation would probably be nuked. Well I got it to boot finally, but was greeted with a Temporary User Account that I could do next to nothing in. Explorer(IE as well except IE9 PP) refused to run, control panel programs would not run either, I got an admin level cmd prompt, but VBS scripting was not allowed or enabled something to that effect. I tried DAZ's nifty little program but it failed saying it could not achieve the permission level required to activate. I plugged my old drive back in and formatted the drive again, dejected I resigned to use it for storage until I feel like doing a clean install. My question(s) is, Does Win7 have RFM? I thought they removed it in Beta or RC. and If I were to try again and have similar results, is there a way to fix or get around the Temporary Profile, that I can use without many privileges? Side note:at a point after formatting the drive for storage, I turned my computer off due to a storm with lots o lightning and thunder(it's behind a UPS fyi). I turned it on(after it was over 45mins later) and ran some simple non-destructive tests on the drive, decided I was being paranoid about whether the drive was reliable or not and proceeded to My Computer to start moving files. I noticed the drive was missing....I had just seconds before been testing it? Looked in Computer management, it was listed as Unallocated, meaning either my MFT or Partition Table was corrupted. Not caring about the 16gb of data I had *copied* over earlier I ran full disk diagnostics using chkdsk /r and WD DLG's extended test, plus Hard Drive Sentinel's full disk check. Nothing wrong according all 3. I attached the results from Data Lifeguard. Was it a fluke? Possibly related to my issue with Win7? Any insight into this issue(s) would be greatly appreciated.