Help. I have read the manual and many threads in here, but cannot figure out how to fix this. I have Windows 2000 Professional on an 4 GB drive with TI 9 (latest build installed). I do a Full Backup of the HD and see no errors anywhere. After that, I take that image to a 20 GB HD and try to do a Restore, so as to transfer it to a somewhat bigger HD. I choose the option to restore partitions and to expand the partition (I also choose the max. value available) and click on Proceed. When I reboot, I get the error message. I have tried : 1. Choosing the Disk 1 option to restore 2. Choosing only the Image to restore. 3. Choosing the MBR to restore (after having copied the image and rebooted the PC) 4. Choosing Active as well as Logical partition. None of this helps. When I reboot with the Restore CD, I can see that the files I copied are in the HD, so the image is being copied correctly (most of it anyway). But, the PC will not boot beyond the BSOD (it occurs right after the "Starting Windows ... Press F8" message. I have run chkdsk /f but it found no errors. In fact, if I reformat the HD, make it Active, and try again I still get the same error. There is nothing wrong with the HD because I can do a Clean Install and it loads correctly. So, the error is in copying the MBR to the new HD (I'd imagine). In TI 8, there used to be an utility we could use to recreate the MBR (which worked wonders for me); but if I use that utility now, it reports a "No commands to boot the system" error. I give up :-( What is wrong ? Am I missing something obvious ? I have deleted and recreated the Image but it does not help. Thanks in advance !!!