Please bare with me as I am new to this forum. I have just built a new machine, where all components are new (the spec is below) I have freshly installed Windows XP Home and all programs and updates. I have also completed all my settings so the machine is just how I want it to be. I then made my backup image of my "C" Drive without any problems using True Image 10 Home, Build No 4,942. I then made a bootable disc. To check that everything was OK I deleted a few small programs and then attempted a restore to my original and this is where I hit a problem. On starting up I pressed the F11 when indicated the program went to the screen where I could choose either safe mode or full mode. The machine then hung with the following two line message for about 30 secs. PCI: cannot allocate resource region 9 of bridge 00:03:0 PCI: cannot allocate resource region 9 of bridge 00:03:1 It then went to the home page and when I clicked on restore it said no drive could be found. Can anyone please advise me on how I can overcome this problem. The machine is working fine on all other installed programs. My machine spec is as follows. AMD Athlon 64x2 4600 Dual Core Processor. ASROCK AliveSATA2-Glan Motherboard. 1gb DDR II SDRAM ASUS Extreme AX300SE PCI Graphics Card. 160gb Seagate SATA Drive (I also tried a Maxtor 160gb IDE Hard Drive,which I cloned. This gave me exactly the same results). I also tried reinstalling using the recovery disc all to the same result.