I recently switched from tape backups to drive image backups using the latest Acronis True Image Server products on our servers. Most of these backups run nightly. Several servers have developed a problem where they will not reboot. If I shut them down or reboot them, while Windows is loading I get the error that "Autochk program not found - skipping AUTOCHECK" and then a BSOD that quickly flashes and the system reboots. I've tried running fixboot and fixmbr from recovery console but fixboot won't run and says it's corrupt and cannot be fixed. The only way to recover the server is to restore the last drive image that was made (the whole disk, not just the system partition). I've looked at the partitions and I can't find anything wrong with them. If I boot to the recovery console and run the bootcfg, it does not find any Windows installations. Running diskpart does show the NTFS partitions. This only happens on 3 servers consistently (all 3 are Windows Server 2003) and it only happens after running a scheduled drive image. For a while, 2 of those servers were only backed up once per week. After recovering them, I could reboot them all I wanted during the week with no problems. After the scheduled drive image was run, if I restarted them then they would crash. When "crashed", I can image the data partitions, then restore the entire drive from the last drive image and then restore the data partitions and all is fine. If I try to restore just the system partition then it shows up as "unknown format" and will not work at all. I have to restore the whole disk. I am running True Image Server v9.1.3567 Any ideas or anyone else having this problem? Thanks!