in trying to restore a whole disk image to another disk of the same size i'm getting the error: Target disk drive is not found. Attributes of the target hard disk does not correspond to that of the selected archive! Most likely your archive has been taken from some other hard disk. the odd thing is that i'm never given the chance to choose a target disk. i'm using B&R 2011 advanced free V10.0.15.12802. the 1TB disk has a couple FAT16 and FAT32 dell restore partitions, and 2 NTFS - one system and one data. i'm backing up the entire disk, but excluding the data partition so that i get just a small system backup. the result is a "complex archive", total size of partitions is about 52G with only 20G used. i copied the archive image to a 400G disk, attached this disk and a new 1TB disk, and booted into the recovery CD. if i try: Hard Disk->Restore Hard Disk, and select the archive, it gives me an error: This is the image of the complex archive. Please, use Restore Wizard to restore it. so, using the restore wizard, i select the archive, advanced mode checked, and see the image properties (type "merged archive"). when i click next, it never gives me a chance to select any target drive, but gives the "target disk drive is not found" error. there shouldn't be a size problem as the disk that was imaged is the same model and size of disk as the new one, and the image is actually very small. could the problem be that i unchecked one of the partitions when i did a backup? is it a problem that i copied the archive from the old 1G disk to the 400G disk before attempting to restore it to a new 1G disk (just wanted to remove my system disk so there was no chance it would be overwritten)?