I had ATI 2009 installed and decided to go back to 11. I decided to use the Acronis cleanup tool mentioned in the FAQ sticky. I took an image of my system disk just in case. I ran the cleanup tool. When it rebooted I got Windows Error Recovery, "Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause". Whatever I do from there just lands me back there. So the Acronis cleanup utility trashed my system disk. Great. Good thing I thought to take an image. So I booted my 2009 rescue disk, got into ATI, went to Manage and Restore, Clicked Browse For Backup, found the image on my external drive, clicked Restore on the toolbar, chose "Restore whole disk" and clicked next, selected the partition (did not select MBR) and clicked next, and got to "Specify restore settings" where apparently I have to select my restore location by clicking "New location". Well, once I click that link-like thing I start getting beeps and nothing more. Anywhere I click, any key I press, all I get is a beep. I've tried "acpi=off noapic" (and how was I supposed to know to press F11 to get to where I could type that in??). I'm not using a USB mouse, it's a Dell laptop and I'm using the builtin touchpad. I found I could even tab to "New Location" and hit enter, but again all I got was a beep. So my system is hosed and I can't restore it. I suppose I can buy Mustang's VistaPE plugin and try to get that working on another computer somewhere, but jeez'... I've been using ATI since version 8 and I thought I was above and beyond horror stories like this. But hey, I thought I'd never get to the point where I wanted the newest version the h*** off my system and give me back the old version that works, please. Pride goeth etc. Any suggestions? TIA.