This question takes a while to explain, but isn't actually that complex a question. I really appreciate you taking the time to read it and help. I've been using True Image Home 2009 for several months so I have many images made using it. But I wanted to be able to use Universal Restore so I just bought True Image Echo Workstation. Since I may need to access both older images made with Home 2009 and newer ones made with Echo Workstation, I need both of them on my computer. When I first got Echo Workstation in trial form, I installed it. During the install, it recognized a few files that were apparently already installed by Home 2009. It asked whether to overwrite them and I chose no. Once I had it installed, I made an image with it and then played around with the older and newer images. I found that the built in explorer had been changed over to Echo Workstation, so I could no longer just click on old images and view them. To do that I would have to actually open Home 2009 and mount the image. This is fine since I assume that it will be rarer that I'll be using the older images, so I don't mind opening up Home 2009 and mounting them when I need to, though it is obviously a bit less convenient than when I could just click on them. But the newer image worked just clicking on it. I was also able to mount both older and newer images in Home 2009 and mount the new image in Echo Workstation. So all was well. Then I bought the actual Echo Workstation. I removed the trial version and installed the paid version. Since I figured I'd now be using Echo Workstation primarily, this time when it asked about overwriting those few files I said yes. It installed and then I installed Universal Restore. I then set about to do what I thought would be a nominal re-check that everything worked. Unfortunately, it didn't. Now, when I open Home 2009 and go to mount the old images, the strangest thing happens. It tries to mount for a while and then suddenly the computer reboots! No warning, nothing. It just suddenly reboots! I don't know if this has to do with having allowed the overwrite of those files during installation or what. I tried removing Echo Workstation and yet it still continues to do this. This is very problematic since mounting in Home 2009 is now my only way to access these old images on this computer. I have to be able to get it to where I can both mount those images in Home 2009 and also do everything I need to in Echo Workstation. Worse yet, when I try to do a System Restore back to before I installed Echo Workstation, it won't work now for who knows what reasons. But I can't get it back to where it was before to try. And I don't know precisely which files Echo Workstation overwrote because now when I reinstall it again it doesn't find them since its newer versions are still there I guess. Like I said, when I installed Echo Workstation trial version and didn't allow the overwrite - therefore apparently leaving a few key files from Home 2009 - everything worked as I need. I also should mention that when I had the trial installed and hadn't overwritten the files, clicking mount in my context menu always opened Home 2009. With the paid install and the overwritten files, this changed and clicking mount in my context menu on an image opened Echo Workstation. So my belief is that those few overwritten files were very much tied to the mount behavior and probably are the key to why now Home 2009 won't mount anything and instead oddly reboots the machine. If I could only do a system restore it would go back to those earlier files and probably work. But it won't. I could remove Home 2009 also and do everything from scratch if need be, but this would be a pain since I already have defaults and settings set up in it. The ideal would be if someone could tell me precisely which few files were overwritten and I could go back to my first image created with the trial of Workstation and replace them manually. Which few files would Workstation ask to overwrite or not on a machine with Home 2009 already installed? Or could this be something else? It's incredibly strange to me that Home 2009 not only won't mount the images, but that it suddenly reboots the whole machine when I try. Once again, keep in mind that both programs did work fine together after the earlier install so they can play nice together if only I had done the second install the same as the first I believe. Advice would be very helpful. Thanks!