Greetings: I am suddenly unable to restore images using True Image 11 build 8027. Upgrading to build 8057 is not an option since it won't install (discussed in a different thread). I am running Win XP Pro SP2. Attempting to restore an incremental backup (image 2) from the second, most recent of two backup dates, using "Restore disks or partitions", selecting the C partition but not the "MBR and Track 0" option results in the following message: W00040011: Please insert the media marked "Volume 1:. ,,, Attempting the same restore from the initial full backup produces the same result. Attempting to restore a slightly earlier full backup of the same system partition actually seems to work. It had failed earlier but now that I was trying to determine the error message it seems to work. I can throw away the backup that wouldn't restore BUT once again my confidence in True Image has been shaken. Does anyone have any ideas what the error message above actually means? Is it the source volume (it must be since I haven't yet been able to specify the target volume) or the destination volume (unlikely since I haven't yet been able to specify the target volume) that the message is complaining about? Why, when I obviously have access to all the partitions on my two hard drives, call them volumes 0 an 1 or volumes 1 and 2, including volume 1 whichever way they're labeled, does True Image complain about volume 1? I really wish program designers would include MEANINGFUL error messages so that we poor users get at least SOME IDEA of what is wrong. Better yet, design programs that are a bit more resilient. Thanks. ADDENDA: Incidentally this problem occurrs both from within Windows and from within the (full) Linux version on the boot CD. By "volume" does Acronis mean "partition"? Even this interpretation doesn't help since I hadn't yet reached the point of specifying a target partition and I had already successfully found the archive on the source partition. Does this message have anything to do with the original partition from which the archive was made? Even this doesn't seem relevant since I was trying to restore back into the same partiton on the same disk.