Just downloaded the lastest version TI sofware and got the same error many people in the forum have been talking about. Spent hours reading the solutions and going through a half dozen CD-R's. A horible amount of time was spent because I trusted PC Magazine's review of this sofware. I have learned a lesson never to trust a review again. This software still should be in beta. I have done the recommend actions to back up my laptop, Dell Inspiron 5100 and it still does not work! o got the latest version of TI o got the updated verion of XP Pro o booted up in safe mode o waited for the CD to ask me for a disk o looked for a utility to slow down my Cendyne USB CD-R drive. It does not exist. I am very frusted and cynical right now. I just wasted an evening. Can I install TI on my desktop and create a bootable CD with it and use it to boot up my laptop if they have the same operating system? Will this work?