I have a licensed version of TI9 and TI10 and have tried both on a new computer. They work perfectly in native Windows XP SP3 but a recovery CD runs into all sorts of problems. The motherboard is an Asus Rampage extreme and in keeping with their latest progress has only a USB mouse which only goes up and down the screen unless I add a comment during loader to give "quiet usbmouse=off". Irritating but at least a fix. Although I have only one (1Tb) hardrive in two partitions the recovery disc cannot see the hardrive at all. It is a Sata 11 hardrive run via a Marvell 61xx RAID controller. The program is not a lot of good to me if I cannot get in via an external method if the "C" drive falls over therefore help with the following would be appreciated; (1) do the newer versions cover a much larger range of drive configurations than the older recovery disks. (2) have I no alternative but to create either VistaPe or BartPe with the drivers for the more obscure modern controllers. I have used TI for years and other than once, its simplistic and efficient recovery has saved the day many times for me. Maybe I am just lazy but I am hoping for a download, pay for it and forget it rather than days of researching complex work arounds.