I am trying to create a secure zone on a computer, and after I do it has a problem booting up Windows XP. I am running Windows XP Pro w/SP 2, on a 40 GB drive with 1 partion C: formatted with NTFS and a DVD-ROM Drive. No USB drives on the machine. I am using the latest verion of True Image Home v9 from July 2006. On my first Attempt I setup the secure zone from the Rescue CD, and it created it without a problem. But when I rebooted, after the "Press F11..." timedout the screen said something about NT not finding windows on disk (0) partition (1) . So I booted from the CD and removed the secure zone. Problem fix, windows now will boot up . On my second attempt, I created the secure zone from inside Windows XP. I rebooted everything worked fine. I rebooted again and hit F11, I did a back to the secure zone from the recover manager (the backup worked fine). I rebooted and when the "hit F11" timed out the screen turned black . I rebooted, hit F11 and choose to continue into Windows and got a Black screen. I popped in a special CD with NTLDR and a BOOT.INI file, I booted from the CD and choose to go into windows and it worked fine Apparentlly, when I install the Acronis Recovery Manager in the Sercure Zone the OS manager it installs is not able to boot up Windows XP. What is going on here? I want to be able to boot from the CD create a Secure Zone and be able to hit F11 to recover that saved backup. Follow up: I download the fixmbr CD from the "Read this first", just to see if it fixed the problem. It overwrote the MBR and reset to point to XP. Xp is not correctly loading, but I am no longer getting a "Hit F11..." message. (This is what I expected to happen, but not what I want. I went ahead and loaded Windows and ran True Image, I deactivate Recover Manager and Activated it again. Now when I boot up I get the F11 prompt, but I get a black screen when trying to boot up windows. Just like before.