I really am beginning to despair of ATI. Having had to resort to a VistaPE disk to get either ATI 10 or 11 to see all the drives on my Vista PC I have now turned my attention to my laptop. The laptop has ATI 10 installed in XP (SP2) and also has Mandriva using the Grub bootloader. Every attempt to create the ATI 10 Rescue CD hangs, leaving the CD in an unusable state. Nevertheless I went ahead and created an image of XP from Windows to an external drive and this worked OK. I then tried to restore that image from Windows, for which the system has to reboot. I was able to select both image and destination, but on OK the restore aborted and the system rebooted to Grub. At least my VistaPE disk works just as well on the laptop as it does on the PC, so at least I am safe, but if I hadn't had that to fall back on I would have been in a bit of a fix to say the least! After my fruitless attempts to fix ATI on the PC with help from Acronis Support I don't think I even want to know what I should try to do to fix it on the laptop. I'll just rely on VistaPE and leave it at that. But what a mess this programme is! It simply isn't in a fit state to be offered to joe public.