It worked perfectly...At least one person replied, I do not know why but i get the cold shoulder in this place
It all started with bad writing skills go figure.
Anyway like i said it cloned my factory seagate 1tb 5400rpm drive with all 3 partitions ..recovery etc to my new 59$ 1tb 7200rpm caviar black drive in a whole 41 minutes. Then i shut down the PC, unplugged the old drives power and sata cable and hooked it to the new drive and it booted up like I never did anything the drive was even renamed from E to the factory C on the first boot. Then for some reason it detected it as new hardware and auto loaded drivers and has been working great.
Right now until i need more drive space i am keeping the 5400 drive in the chassis for safe keeping and if the new drive dies i can just plug it back in and it will work like brand new again.
Boot up time is better along with anything HDD related ...thanks again John....Cheers
2600k@4848mhz @1.4v CM Nepton40XL 16gb Ram 2x EVGA GTX770 4gb Classified cards in SLI@1280mhz Stock boost on a GAP67-UD4-B3, SBlaster Z powered by TX-850 PSU pushing a 34" LG 21/9 3440-1440 IPS panel. Pieced together 2.1 sound system