I used check image on each of my files created with TI Corp workstation. Some observations. The check image took as long, it seemed, as it did to create the file. Each file has to be done individually, can you not batch this operation? When completed it indicates operation suceeded. What exactly does that mean? Does it just mean that the file has been examined and verified to contain data that can be written to a hard drive? It doesn't spot check back to the original? If I double click on the image file and follow the instructions I see a directory of my disk. If I give it a drive letter and proceed it creates a directory and when I compare the folders/files in this drive letter they are exactly what is on my disk that I imaged. If I drag a folder to another drive it copies it. All seems well but I would like to understand better what is happening. I only opened 1 image file but all of my disk contents are visible on the drive letter. If I copy a folder does it go to the image file where that portion is saved and copies it? My test folder recovery occurred almost instantly. If I had placed the image files on cd/dvd would it have had to prompt me for a specific disk, if so I guess some labeling system for the disks is needed. What is the best way to remove the drive that is set up to hold the image contents "H" in my case. I rebooted and it was gone, is there a way to remove it without booting?