I wish to image a Win2k partition on a dual boot setup which contains a 13GB Win2k partition, a small Linux swap and an approx 4.7GB Linux partition. I want to be able to restore just the Win2K partition to a new HD in the event of HD failure. However: "In order to ensure that a restored brand new disk boots correctly you must create an image of the whole system disk by ticking the checkbox adjacent to the Disk #. This will cause TI to copy the Master Boot Record for the system disk into the image." Am I correct in assuming that imaging only the Win2K partition will not restore the MBR? Will I have to image the entire disk, including the Linux partitions, in order for the newly restored image to boot correctly? Is there any way to image only the Win2K partition and restore it to a new HD and have it boot correctly? In linux it is a simple matter to make a copy of the equivalent of the windows mbr and write it back to the proper location on the disk, but I know of no way to do this with Win2K given the NTLDR system. I can't use the recovery console since NTLDR is needed to get to it. Since I am going to write the image to CD's, I wish to avoid having to image the entire 20GB HD.