This is an issue with True Image 7.0 build 634. I did a restore of my Windows XP Pro SP2 partition to a vmware machine. The restore worked fine but when I try to boot this partition, I get the BSOD with the technical information "*** STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF9DCB528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)" and the machine reboots. Safe mode and the other modes do not fix it. Normally the 0x7B points to a defective MBR but fixboot and fixmbr did not help fixing this issue. I can install XP Pro just fine with a vmware created partition but it also fails to do a fresh installation on the existing (TI created) partition - while copying files it pops up with file copy errors. Mounting that partition to a Linux machine (also vmware) works fine and seems to show all files. Is there a known problem with how TI creates NTFS partitions? I am now a little bit concerned that the backups that I take of my OS are pretty much useless.... Anybody else who experienced these problems?