I make available a early prototype of Drive Snap. It hardly tested on Windows 7 but should work ok. This version is far superior to the official freeware version that was released. Drive Snap is free. There will be available, a better version but welcome to hear of any bugs in this version as it good test for Windows 7. Copy to a folder both 'Drive Snap' and 'snapshot.exe' of Drive Snapshot. If using the snapshot x64 version then rename it to snapshot.exe. Also download the freeware tool burncdcc.exe which Drive Snap will use to burn a automatic restore CD. Right click an image in the restore tab to bring up options. The USB restore and CRC32 image integrity option doesn't work in this version. There is a nice 'Easy Backup' feature in this version. Press it and it backs up C drive to the folder 'backups' on to the drive or partition you set in the options. Default is your next drive letter. Run Drive Snap with administrator rights. Create Automatic System Restore CD - This is automatic image restore to an existing partition. If you system goes down but the partition is still ok. Create Automatic System Restore CD - MBR - This is the automatic image restore to an existing partition but also restores your MBR as well in one automatic action. Needed for boot managers. Eaz-Fix, FDISR. Create Automatic System Restore CD - New Drive - This is a automatic image restore to new drives or for Vista, 7. It will create the exact partition structure over the entire drive. If you have existing partitions of a different size then they will be gone and the image partition size will be in place. If you restore this and you still have the same sized primary and logical partitons as when you took the image, they will be still there and any other data will be ok. This option will also restore the MBR.