I was seduced by the need for speed and made my Windows 7 boot on a RAID 0 array, that was created by the motherboard's Intel Matrix chip set. When installing Windows 7 (64bit Pro), it recognised the striped array and installed perfectly. I have now tried to find a backup solution. First off I tried the latest Acronis True Image Home 2010, but it kept hanging, so I uninstalled it. Then I tried Windows's own imaging program. I created a Rescue CD and then an image to another 1TB internal drive. But due to various limitations of the Windows program I kept looking for something better, so I thought I'll try Paragon. Installed Paragon, but when I tried creating a Snapshot space it said it ran out of memory. Strange as I have 6GB. I tried again, and this time it said Reboot. However it had damaged the boot loader, as it just gives the following: Drive 0: primary 00 Vista/2008/7 NTFS System Res in these stupid colors! At the bottom of the screen it says: I do NOT have a floppy drive, and I get to this screen even though I select the CD to boot from. Both the original Win 7 CD and the Recovery CD give the same result. I am DESPERATE! Please help!!!