Windows XP Pro SP-3 Acronis True Image 11 I installed the Recovery Manager (in the MBR bootstrap area) as part of setting up the Secure Zone. Their bootstrap program doesn't work. I hit F11 to load it on bootup, I see the "Acronis" logo, but it hangs at that point. I've already tried to fix it but the prior suggestions didn't work. So I'd rather just get rid of their Recovery Manager and go back to the standard bootstrap program in the MBR. When I uninstalled their Recovery Manager, it didn't go away. When I boot, I still see the prompt to hit F11 to start the Recovery Manager. I don't want it anymore. You would think that if they replace the 446-byte bootstrap program in the MBR that they would save it so they could restore it. Nope. Do I have to boot using a DOS floppy and run "FDISK /MBR" from there? Or boot using the Windows install CD to go into Recovery Console mode and run FIXMBR from there?