Again, I purchased a new “DiskGO!” 8.0G USB Flash Drive. Right out the box I attached it to my Dell SX 280 that’s running Acronis True Workstation 9.1 Build 3718. I installed that drive and ran the “Create Bootable Rescue Media” which installed successfully. Now, when trying to boot from it on a Dell GX 270, I get the error message that the disk is not a system disk. I’ve been going back and forth with this same issue and been getting nowhere. I get sending you information that you request and wait days for a reply. I really would like to have this working and advertised. Anyway, I noticed that my Acronis Snap Deploy Management Console works well when it comes to creating bootable flash drives. The very same flash drive was used and it worked with the Acronis Snap Deploy Management Console’s “Create Bootable Media/ “Acronis Master Image Creator” wizard. So, why can’t I get Acronis True Image Management Console or Acronis True Image Workstation 9.1 to work the same way. Acronis Snap Deploy Management Console produces the following files; bootmenu.exe, bootwiz.sys, mouse.com, splash.run, bootwiz.cfg, kernel.dat and ramdisk.dat. or Acronis True Image Workstation only installs ramdisk.exe and bootdt1.bin. Now, if I delete bootmenu.exe, bootwiz.sys, mouse.com, splash.run, bootwiz.cfg, kernel.dat and create the drive with True Image Workstation, I get that it’s not a system disk. Is anyone else having this problem or a solution? Thanks.