I must admit I'm totally confused. First, I got a new ASUS P5K Pro mobo, I use 2 SATA hard drives. Both are partitioned, this is to have various categories of files in their own partition and so I know where to find them. I also install my OS in C:, then the programs in partition D:. This keeps the OS size to a "small" size and so is easily managed. anyway, I have a drive caddy, it's a new type not long released, it does not have a tray. All I do is open the door, slide out the drive, slide in the other drive, lock the door and that's it, all of 12 seconds, it's SATA. why you ask. My main OS is Vista. In the other drive I use XP home for a program that will not work correctly in Vista. I have True Image 10 and 11, and Disk Director 10. The recovery CDs for them will not run, I think it may be because they are Linux. They will not startup. All I get is :- "Starting Acronis Loader . . . " and that's it. I contacted ASUS support, I was told to contact the programs suport. WinPE recovery CDs work no problem, I have one for another program, and for yet another program the program people gave me a PE CD ( I don't know if its bartPE or WinPE) that also works. I have contacted Acronis support for some help. I read in another forum that a member got an add from Acronis that enabled him to get the CD working. I eventually found the TI 11 add-on last evening, I also got the BartPE program download, and the Winbuilder program. From Mustangs site I got the DiskDirector full download and the guide. You have a good site there with good add-ons. At last, this is my question. Which do I use, BartPE or Winbuilder. I find Bart easier to use. I really only need a recovery CD for True Image 11 & Disk Director 10, my other programs do not need one. Do I need one for XP and another for Vista. ? Or will one work in both. I assume I can put TI & DD on one CD, will there be a problem getting both to work, or would a CD for each be better. Sorry for all the questions folks.