One of my laptops is starting to make noise. It sounds like an imminent "head crash". It's an IBM ThinkPad X-21. It only has one hard disk built-in, and I don't really think there's any room for another one. What I'd like to do, is replace the disk. The question is, what's the best way to do that? I want to "copy" the entire contents of the old disk, including boot sectors and OS and all that, onto the new disk, and hopefully have some room left over at the end of it all. Does the "copying" part have to be done externally, or is there some convenient way I can hook up an external drive and do it that way? The machine has USB, and all the usual ports, and it's running Win2K. Thanks!