I've used Norton Ghost for several years but had a few incidents with it that made me decide to check out other recovery apps on the market. That led me to ATI Home 2009. I installed trial versions on two new laptops--one for my still-at-home son and one for my married daughter. I then purchased one copy of the software and used the product serial number to register the trial version on my son's laptop. I'm hoping to clarify a few things before relying on ATI too much, and decided to try posting my questions here in a single thread. Here are my questions. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide. 1) RECOVERY MANAGER ATI wants to use the F11 key to activate Recovery Manager at startup. But that's the same function key reserved by the laptop manufacturer to start it's own recovery program at startup. Is there a way to change the key used in ATI? 2) ONE-CLICK RESTORE vs RESTORE DISKS and PARTITIONS I understand using ONE-CLICK restore will restore the entire physical drive, so in my case where the laptop's one physical drive has two partitions (C: for the OS and D: for Recovery) and I want back them up and restore them separately, I should stay away from ONE-CLICK when doing a restore because when finished, the internal drive would have only the one partition restored by ONE-CLICK. But, I understand there's another restore option where I can select the partition to be restored, in which case the partition not being restored would be unaffected. Have I got that straight? 3) RESTORE DESTINATION SELECTION The Help manual distinguishes between restoring to the same folder structure vs the same file structure, depending on whether you're restoring to the original location or a new location, and I don't understand the difference. i.e. The manual says: You can restore data to its original location, to another folder or disk. • Original location - backup files will be restored to their original location with the same folder structure • New location - backup files will be restored to the new location with the same file structure. When you choose a new location, the selected items by default will be restored without recreating their absolute paths. You may also wish to restore the items with their entire folder hierarchy. If such is the case, check the Restore absolute paths parameter. What kind of folder structure would ATI build during a restore if not duplicating the structure used in the backup? 4) TRIAL VERSION on my DAUGHTERS LAPTOP I don't know if my daughter will make a decision about purchasing ATI before the trial period is up. She works almost full-time, is a mother of two, is mentoring an unmarried teen, and preparing for a 3-day 60 mile walk to raise funds for cancer research. If the trial expires before she decides, would I be able to use the ATI Bootable Media I created for her laptop to at least restore her machine to the backup image I made for her laptop with the ATI trial version?