Many of us have had problems using TI 11 and 2009 from it's Boot Disk because of unsupported drivers using the Intel CH 9 & 10 chipsets. I have a two part question: (1) Has anyone tried using TI 11 on a main board using the above chipsets while IN Windows itself to create and restore? (2) Does TI 11 really work while you are In Windows? I mean it's not going to give you one of those stupid "Locked file" cannot reimage the disk errors, is it? I say "stupid" because that is what the program is supposed to do. I've never used TI in Windows, only as a boot option to make sure no files are in use. Is this past problem now resolved in newer versions of Windows, including Vista--such as Shadow Copy? If TI 11 can indeed successfully create and reimage while Vista is running, then there is a solution for the boot disk problem: Create the image while running Vista. If you have a disk failure and cannot boot, reinstall Vista, start Vista, install TI 11, and reimage the drives in that way. Will this work, or am I missing something? Thanks a lot.