I have just updated my "trial" to build 2277 to see if anything has improved. Briefly my configuration for the test was a single IDE drive, split into 2 partitions. I copied some data onto the second partition and wanted to try a backup and restore on this partition. 1. I started by creating a boot disk to a CD-RW - this worked fine. 2. I booted from CDROM and discovered that the trial will not allow creation of images from a CDROM bootup. 3. I booted to windows and made a partition image of my D: drive onto my c: drive root. This looked OK created a file named c:\test.tib 4. Booted from CDROM and tried to do a restore, however when I was told to browse to my .tib file it was not there !! !! 5. Booted back to windows and did the restore without any problems - the .tib file was there - unlike following the CDROM boot. 2277 Image Restore/Backup Summary: ------------------------------------- Boot disk creation : OK Windows Backup : OK Windows Restore : OK Linux Backup : Not available in trial software Linux Restore : Broken, cannot browse to tib files. Anyone else got any findings on 2277 ?