This is an updated version of a post that I had made a short while ago. Several people have asked, so here is how you can create a bootable rescue DVD that also contains the TIB files. 1. Back up your system with TrueImage, and specify a 635MB image size. This will give you the best space usage on the DVD, and also give you the option of copying your images to CD if you're the masochistic type. 2. Create a Bootable Rescue CD using the Acronis software. 3. Install and open WinISO 4. In WinISO, click Actions -> Make ISO from CDROM, and save that ISO somewhere. 5. Open that image file using WinISO 6. Save boot information to a file called "trueimg.wbt" (Click "Bootable CD" in the lower left corner, and then select "Save boot information to file...") 7. Get CD Shell and BCDW and extract it to a directory somewhere. Whatever this location is, I will refer to it as [cdshell] from now on. For example, replace [cdshell] with "c:\cdshell" if that's where you put it. Now you're ready to create the bootable DVD. 8. Open Nero and create a new DVD-ROM (Boot) project. 9. On the Boot tab, select Image file, and select the file [cdshell]\boot\loader.bin 10. Use the "No Emulation" setting, and the number of loaded sectors should be 4. (Other values should be left at the default) 11. Create a DVD directory structure like this (TIB files in the root, and two subdirectories called "boot" and "acronis"): / (root) (Put your TIB files here) | | + BOOT (Drag the contents of "boot" directory from your [cdshell] directory here) | | + ACRONIS (put the trueimg.wbt file here) Or if my ascii art isn't that good, it should look something like this: That's it. Save your Nero project and that way the next time you want to create a bootable rescue disc, all you will need to do is update your TIB files. (Or if you overwrite the old TIB files, Nero will pick up the changes and automatically include the latest version) You will be able to fit up to 7 TIB files on a single DVD. If you have more, then just make additional ISO DVDs that have these files. Only the first disc needs to be bootable. If for some reason you don't want to use the smaller 635MB TIB sizes, you can use up to 1.9GB files onto an ISO9660 DVD. (It's actually 2GB, but ATI8 uses GiB rather than GB, so you have to use slightly smaller file sizes to get the expected results) There may be easier ways to do it, but this is how I did it on my system, and it works.