I have been seeing this problem with many users including myself. Testing on 4 different machines I became concerned because none could restore and archive, all images reported corrupted. I had only 4 machines in the test, 1 Gateway, 2 Dell, 1 White-box, If you google it, you will find many other users talking about it. Again, I wouldn't change any hardware until this release matures a few versions. These users have no other problems with these PC's other than using TI 9, doesn't that seem a little odd? Usually when I'm having hardware issues more than one area show signs of deterioration, not just TI. TRY THIS TEST: If you have another PC, test TI 9 on it. If you find that your other PC also fails on restore, chances of multiple PC's with bad RAM/mobo seems far-fetched. If you find instead that the other PC succeeds in restoring, then check into the hardware. Wouldn't it upset you if you bought a new mobo and/or RAM and found that your image was still corrupted? Be safe than sorry, it doesn't hurt anyone to wait for the next release. DECIDE FOR YOURSELF: Use the forum search above and check "image corrupt". There are many more users with this problem unlike what was said in the previous message, check for yourself, don't take my word for it. Also the previous message is not accounting for users like myself who called support on the phone. What angers me is this "head in the sand" attitude about it. Admit there's a problem and move on to "fix" the problem. The frustration created by people telling users "nothings wrong, you're all are crazy, just swap out your RAM and Mobo and reinstall Windows" really angers me. Read the messages in this thread alone, I'm not the only one saying this. Why am I the "bad guy"?