I've been an avid Acronis user for some time and recommend it to my clients. I recently set a client up with Acronis 11 True Image Home, and needed to restore to an earlier time. Vista Ultimate 32 bit. Full disk backups once a week to a separate internal drive. Tried restoring two different ways: Restore just the C:\ partition, MBR unchecked Restore the entire disk, disk checked, C:\ and MBR In both instances I realize I need to boot from DVD to fix the MBR as per this post: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=171579 and this M$ article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927392 I'm greeted with the "bootmgr missing hit ctrl+alt+del" and after running the repairs, "Status: 0xc000000f Info: Windows failed to load because the NLS data is missing, or corrupt". This is after rebuilding the BCD entirely. I was hoping for a more solid restore, for sure. Really am not liking the TI 11 line. We were trying to create backups that would overwrite after 30 days, and it just kept filling the drive up, followed all the instructions to the letter. Is TI 11 a wash? Had much better luck with 10.