I am somewhat disappointed with HDM 15 Pro. It has wonderful new features having to do with virtual disks and I like them but it does not seem to duplicate what it claims. It does not seem to duplicate the legacy features. I can create pVHD and validate my backup to it, but there is no way I found to treat that pVHD as a mounted file system. While I can use the browser I am confined to using only the Paragon browser which limits my ability to check things like md5sums on files that were backed up. I can backup directly to a VHD or a VHDX but I cannot validate either one of those. I can export my pVHD to one of the supported Microsoft VHD formats or even the vmware format but that means doubling my time and storage requirements which are significant for a full backup of more than 200 gigabytes on my laptop. Knowing this I opted to do a full backup with the legacy tools. I like the fact that I can create bootable SD card media on windows 10 that works pretty well. And I can create that legacy backup of my OS volume and validate it and also mount that Backup as a disc and inspect the files from the backup with whatever tools I like. But, when I went to restore my legacy volume backup, I was prompted with a file level restore. I expected to do a sector level restore which would guarantee that any attributes files had would be replaced in exactly the same way ( wrong or right ) that they were on the original disc. Since this is the whole point of doing a sector-based volume backup I'm a little disappointed. I wasn't sure what an OS backup was and I had not got around to that to seeing what it did because I wanted to do the entire C Drive and be sure I could recover from a catastrophe. So, is there anyway to do a sector level restore of my hard drive from the WinPE recovery media that I have generated with HDM 15 Pro?