I have started to experience problems with TI7 which, apparently is not officially supported anymore, so I hope someone here can shed some light on my problem and maybe help. I've read through most of the other threads about image corruption and so hope to see if I have anything in common with them. So, I have a new PC with a Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M motherboard and a Seagate Barracuda SATA HDD. I downloaded the latest version of TI7, build 638 and installed it. I have the 1 SATA HDD divided into 3 partitions. If I try to image the C: partition onto another partition the process appears to run smoothly with no reported errors but when I check the image file I get a message saying that the image is corrupt. I am also unable to restore this image file. However, if I boot from the Recovery CD created by TI7 build 638, and image the C: partition it checks successfully both within the Recovery CD and within the windows version of TI after rebooting. Have also found that if I create an image from within the Recovery CD which checks succesful, boot back into windows, check the image again; again the verify process is fine, but then move or copy the image to another partition on the same HDD, TI7 will then report the image as corrupt. However, if I do the same thing but move or copy the succesful image to a network share after booting back into windows, TI7 will continue to report the image as successfully verified from its new location. I did report this problem to Acronis (case number 232395) and was told that the problem had to be with either my HDD cable or the HDD itself. That I should replace the cable, the HDD or both. But I fail to see how it can be these items if I can create and successfully verify images using the Recovery CD. I appreciate that it's looking like a problem with the OS as opposed to TrueImage but if anyone has any ideas or suggestions I would be grateful.