Can't create bootable image with TI 9.0 Two years back, I had a Compaq NC4000 laptop with a 30G drive partitioned into two 15G partitions. I imaged the drive with TI, and then restored onto a 60G drive. I reinserted the 60G drive into my laptop and everything worked fine. Today I have a Compaq NC4010 laptop with a 40G drive partitioned into two 20G partitions. I can backup the drive using TI 9.0, but when I restore it to the new 80G drive, the restored copy won't work ... Actually, I have two different failures, both of which are repeatable: Case #1: 80G target drive is unpartitioned. The restore process starts and ends with no errors, but when I insert the new 80G drive in my laptop, it doesn't boot but instead freezes with a blinking cursor in the upper left hand corner. Case #2: 80G target drive has one or more partitions. TI won't run and insists on rebooting into a "safe mode" like environment. From here, the restore process starts normally and seems to end normally, but then gives me a red, "Corrupted Partition" error. To the best of my knowledge, the partition is NOT corrupted. Both of these failure mechanisms are repeatable. I've probably tried 6-8 times to copy one drive to the other. I'm running out of things to try ... Notes: - The source drive is a Fujitsu 40G and the target is a Hitachi 80G TravelStar running at 7200RPM. - I'm actually removing the laptop drive from the laptop and plugging it into my desktop computer during the image and restore process. - While the new 80G drive is still connected to my desktop, I can scan the disk and all the files look fine. Help!