My hard drive died on my HP pavillion. New drive installed and loaded with Vista. I am trying to restore a complete image of my old C drive. When I boot to True Image 10 CD and try to restore, it gives an error E000101F4 and says "...True Image Home has not found any hard disk drives." When I boot Vista and run Acronis, I am able to step through all of the steps to restore from the image from my network drive, the restore process starts, it seems like it is working fine for a few minutes, then it says it requires reboot. I tell it to reboot and it starts up in native mode ("Starting Acronis Loader"...then "Loading," then a screen that shows it is resuming the task) for a few seconds, then reboots again into Vista. Some line of DOS-looking text flashes by just before and after the Acronis loader, but it is too fast to read. After it reboots into Vista, it never finishes anything. I found a post on the knowledge base about a problem/conflict with HP Backup and Recovery, but I cannot find that installed anywhere on my system. Just in case, I deleted the pre-installed HP recovery partition. I also turned off the UAC. There are no usernames or passwords to start this machine or access the network drive. PLEASE HELP!