I'm trying to image a few new Dell Latitude D630s and am having huge problems. Here's what I've done so far: 1) Setup the first computer exactly the way I wanted it. Tried to create an image of it by using an Acronis Boot CD and saving it to the network. It said it was going to take a couple of hours and eventually froze up. It did this a few times. I ended up installing True Image Workstation 9.0 on the computer and created an image from that. It saved it to the server in about 10 minutes. (I also have a few new Optiplex's and it worked fine on them.) 2) After finally getting the server image created, I booted another Latitude with the Acronis boot CD, found the image and started the restore. The time remaining basically did nothing but increase. At one point it said 3 hours remaing and just froze. This happened over and over, and on two different machines. 3) I figured their must be a problem with the network driver, so I burned DVD backup images. I'm trying to use them. Nothing but problems. The laptops just freeze up at various different stages. I notice that a couple of them now just have one huge partition instead of the few that I had before. (that's after I tried restoring to them). I've used Acronis in the past, and have never had a problem. I also don't have the problem on some other Dell models. But, right now this is a huge issue for me as I'm on a time crunch to get these machines imaged (and the two that started and failed I can't even boot to Windows any longe) so I'm really hoping someone out there can help me!! Thanks.