As with build 3625, I created two CD-RW rescue disks. I then tried both rescue disks. One worked with no problem. However, the other had a couple of hissy fits. First time I tried to boot, it never even got to the splash screen and gave some message about not being to load soenting or other. So, not being one to give up, I rebooted, using the same disk. This time it got to point where the screen stated that *ix was loading, but then issued a message that the kernel could not be loaded. Ok, 'nuf I said, so I recreated the rescue disk, and this time it worked. Implication is that something did not get properly recorded on the rescue disk. Well, TI needs a verify process after creating a rescue disk. And, there needs to be a validation process when booting from the disk. This needs to be done immediately, BEFORE TI tries to load *ix.