A major problem for me: my C: drive wouldn't boot. I have TI (latest build) and have created a boot disk. My setup is: internal hard drive Western Digital 250gb NTFS (labelled Acer C), Windows XP Home. External Maxtor 160GB USB drive NTFS. I have restored Windows (from Windows setup disk). In Windows and in BIOS setup, it reports that I have C: WD 250gb, D: CD drive, E: Maxtor 160gb USB. When I boot from TI boot disk, TI loads and when I go to restore image, TI reports: A: floppy, C: Maxtor 160, D: CD drive. Under Maxtor C, it lists my TI image file. When I click on the image file, in the R/H box, it lists (on left) 1 232.9GB, and to the right Acer C 232.9GB NTFS. I then say I don't want to verify, and in 'Partition or disk to restore,' I choose Acer C (details: Pri,Act, 232.9GB). TI then analyzes partition C: (hard disk light does not flash). After analyzing, next window shows Maxtor 160 C: Pri,Act. Then, not surprisingly, an error message says 'cannot restore partition because the image archive file is on the same partition you are going to restore'. If I disconnect the Maxtor USB drive, I get the message: 'E000101F4 has not found any disk drives'. I'll be very grateful for any help. TI is obviously not seeing my internal Acer WD C: drive. What should I do?