I recently installed TI Echo Enterprise server to make images as a major part of my DR strategy at our company. Our setup is the typical server config with a Dell server with Raid adapter hosting a RAID 5 array. After creating the images I rebooted one of the servers and got the dreaded "autochk program not found: skipping autocheck" which caused a continual reboot. Tech support at Acronis told me it was a known issue which was happened rarely(it happend to me twice in one week on two different servers). The proposed work around was to restore the C: partition from the image created by booting to the Rescue Media Boot CD. That didn't work. So after about 5 hours on the phone with them we finally tried restoring the MBR from the Image. Now it took less than a split second to do this and behold the system went pass that autochk error and allowed us to log in. It seems that The Acronis application affects the MBR when it makes images, a detail of which they don't seem to be aware. Now I'm posting this for all of you who Tech Support could not help. I can't believe they couldnt tell me this knowing that their product caused this problem. This caused us to have 2 servers crash and loss of more than 24 hrs in loss of productivity. Hope this helps out somebody.