If you've restored your HD by using a recovery cd, and restored your hd using true image, there is no "undoing" it, right. If you had multiple images you could restore the different images, but you can never go back to the time and place your computer was at just prior to the restore? It seems obvious but I had to ask. Let's say your computer wont boot, but you know you have a critical file on it that has not yet been imaged. If you boot from the cd, can you make an image of your hd as it exists now, in its presumably damaged state, and then restore a different (better) image? Then can you mount the image you made just before the restore and recover the critical file (assuming it wasn't a part of the problem to begin with)?