I get corrupt image errors when booted from the Boot CD (TI 8 build 937) and checking or restoring my image. Image size is 1.5gb and was saved to a network computer and then written to dvd-r using roxio drag to disc (udf, etc. etc.). While still booted from the Boot CD, I am able to run Check Image against the original image that resides on a network hard drive, without error. Also, I can take this same DVD containing the "corrupt image" and verify this image on a windows box running TI 8 build 937. I am able to restore this image (residing on the network drive) without error but I don't want to - I want to store my image on DVD and restore from it. I see lots of forum activity with this problem. I originally had it 6 months ago and waited for it to get fixed. In the meantime TI 9 is out and it seems to have the same problem. I've tried Roxio Drag-to-Disc v188.8.131.52 and v184.108.40.206. I've also tried Nero 220.127.116.11. The dvd's are always created successfully, and TI 8.0 running on windows confirms this....yet TI 8.0 booted from CD is unable to ever verify or restore this DVD image. The hardware that I backed up and am trying to restore to is a HP Proliant ML370-G4. I've tried turning off hyperthreading, acpi=off, noapic, and ide=nodma at boot. None of this helps. I've tried 3 different manufacturer DVD writers (all DL R/W capable) including Lite-On and Hitachi (both branded as HP) and a Sony DRU-700A. I supplied my system information earlier today when I reported corrupt images when saving them to a network drive. This was solved by saving the images to a different (faster) server. Now my images on the hard disk verify fine. I just can't use them from DVD. Any ideas that don't involve buying and testing TI 9 to discover the same problem?