The WD free software is very limited. Partition Magic may be what you are thinking of.
I can't find anything in the WD cd that allows me to partition the new harddrive in order to copy the existing XP Home installation from the original harddrive to the new one.
The screens ask if you want to copy a drive/partition and then limits the drive to 137GB without giving any options to partition it or use the whole drive.
I assumed it was because it detects W98SE on the drive with FAT32 rather than XP SP2 even though we have picked it over and over again.
Instead...now I've disconnected the other XP drive, had her boot with her upgrade cd and start a new installation of XP Home on the new drive. However, there are no Advanced Options to choose from to create partitioning if we wanted to so right now the install is going onto the whole 200GB drive.
Where/When do you get the options to create partitions, cuz it sure never showed up for me with XP Pro and it isn't showing up for her XP Home. Which was why when I was setting up my own drives previously, I used a W98SE boot disk, created and formatted what I wanted, installed XP Pro and then converted the drives to NTFS later on.
Also....once I have XP Home installed on this harddrive, can the WD tools be used to copy the other drive XP set up to this new drive so we don't have to reinstall all the drivers and programs and her internet stuff? If not, we are prepared to just use her keychain drive to replace and import stuff, but this is ridiculous....especially since I haven't told her that she'll probably have to call MS to activate this install again since it's only about six weeks since she did the first XP install from this cd.