I tried to install True Image WD edition onto my Lenovo T410, with a new WD hard drive intalled in a Plugable USB enclosure, but TI would not recognize the new hard drive and would not install. I made sure the enclosure was turned on and it was. To check and see whether Windows recognized the drive, I used Windows Explorer, and it did recognize the drive. I also used EaseUS Partition Manager to check, and it also recognized the drive. So, the problem did not appear to be a Windows problem, rather a problem with True Image. I then downloaded Paragon free edition from Cnet to see if I could use it to clone the old drive to the new one, but it would not install because of my 64 bit operating system. I then downloaded Macrium from Cnet which is free for 30 days. It installed readily and had a clone function which I used. It worked beautifully and transferred the contents of the old drive to the new drive, although the process did take 4 hours to finish. It is sad that Acronis puts forth software that does not work, and I think it is also sad that WD keeps using True Image software on its site. My drive was a simple WD 750 gig black drive. My operating system is Windows 7 professional, 64 bit.