No, ATI makes exact sector-by-sector copies of your hard drive. It doesn't make .hdd images, so ATI images can't be used with Transporter (maybe someday, tho...). Since your setup isn't a candidate for Trasporter migration, your options seem to be: 1) follow the rather arcane hack which worked for Babelfishka (this would involve first freeing up a bunch of disk space and converting to NTFS), or 2) find another way (ATI, fresh install, etc.). Keep in mind that Transformer, a free tool, is meant to assist customers with standard migration needs (same as the migration tools provided by VMWare & Virtual PC). Personally, I think it should rank among the last of items that Parallels should be expending effort on, given their ambitious goals for the main product line. The current state of virtualization is not yet mature, and that goes for Parallels, VMWare, Virtual PC and any of the open source alternatives. Many of us find virtualization so useful that it's easy to overlook the warts. If you find it frustrating, you do retain the option of waiting a few years until the state of the art reaches your required level of product maturity.