I have created a few full backup images of Disk 1 (Windows Vista 32bit) using the ATI 11 recovery media and the standard method, ie: not sector by sector, when i restore the image of Disk 1 (partition & MBR) which only contains one partition which is the C: drive for Vista, on booting to the desktop, Vista detects and installs new hardware (Generic Volume) and requires a restart to complete the installation, this Generic Volume seems to be for the C: drive for Vista, this accurs if i perform the restore from the recovery media or from within Windows. This is very anoying as this never happened with ATI 10 and it shouldn't be happening now with ATI 11, ATI is suppose to do an exact copy of the HDD but in this case it doesn't. Has anyone else come across this issue? Does Acronis know about this issue? and, Does anyone know why this would happen. This issue is accuring on my second system, i say this because the ATI recovery media won't even fully boot on my first system as you can see HERE. Having these issues with ATI 11 is totaly unacceptable and this shouldn't be happening, i have had realy good experiences with ATI 9 and ATI 10, but, ATI 11 is an absolute shambles and i can't understand how it was ever released with the state it's in. Anyway, i would realy appreciate it if anyone on this forum or Acronis support could help me out with this issue. Thanks!