I bought TI 9 and installed it on a Win98SE system. I then created a bootable rescue CD. I use HDD caddies in my PC, so I put in the one with Fedora 4 on it (no Windows at all). Using the rescue CD I backed up the entire drive to CD-R's. When I tried to restore the HDD from the CD's, it wiped grub and rebooted. After hours of trying many things, including clearing all the partitions and creating an entire drive of free space - I could not restore anything. No matter what I tell the rescue disk to do, the PC simply reboots when I hit "proceed". The image on the last backup CD shows the correct partitions and sizes were backed up, and shows them available to be restored - but nothing seems to work after that. In fact, most of the time it shows the HDD (Disk 1) as unavailable for writing to. Have I misunderstood how this program is supposed to work? I used it as I would Norton Ghost, but obviously it is not that simple. I have only been using Linux for a couple of months and before I migrate from Windows, I need a simple and reliable way to "ghost" Linux. Help please, I am completely stuck for ideas. It is 1am in Australia, so I won't see any replies until the morning.