Hi Irina. I saved most of the backup images on my slave IDE drive, and a couple on a SATA drive I recently installed, a third internal hard drive. As to the versions, it's a little hard to say because the images date back to 05/05/05, at which time I presume I used TI8 and I presume version 937, but I don't know how to be sure about that. Some of the recent images (September forward) were done in TI8 and several were done in various builds of TI9. I have kept them in the hope that you all would be able to tell me how to "uncorrupt" one or more of them. I created some in rescue mode and some in Windows. I had no reason to suspect that the mode would affect the reliability of the result. I do not know which ones were done in each mode. I verified the images last night after re-installing TI8 937 in my fresh install of Windows and they were all corrupt. Some waited until restore had only seconds left before reporting corruption, but none were usable. I made a separate support request last week on this, and returned the diagnostic report your acknowledgement email requests. I received a terse reply from (I think) Yuri, apparently indicating the presence of a partition for BootitNG was a problem. He wrote one sentence and did not explain how I could fix that. Because of continued problems ( perhaps exacerbated by my trying Acronis Disk Director Suite, after which my system again became unstable to the point that I had to do my current re-install. My use of Disk Director, btw, was read only. No editing or other activity.), my subsequent format erased his message so I do not have that reference number. I had to use BootitNG simply to fix the disc well enough that i could re-load windows. i have now removed it, but the problems with my archives continue. I made another support request last night regarding this in #389741, including another report. I presume there has not been enough time to review that. Your support has been great since TI6. That's why I bought TI9 the day you all announced it to registered users. I still believe you all are working hard to fix this, but my recent experiences are not consistent with your prior good work. I am still hopeful you all can come through again.