Hi all, ive pretty much given up on getting TI 9 working on my system. I was working on build 3633 (last) however for some reason have not been able to register the product online for any further updates... and im not paying for the software again to possibly find it impossible to register/update as i dont like being bitten in the posteria twice thankyou. Relevant system info.... GA-8knxp rev 2, p4 3ghz prescot, abit fx5600, 1gig (2*512) corsair xms, 120gig sata 2 WD, 300gig sata 2 WD, 10 gig random ide hard drive. (120 gig partitioned into 20 for operating systems and images created to another partion on the 300gig) Also with/without HT durring testing and ACPI uniprocessor mode. I have been following these forums for a while now and have tested hardware cable ram etc to be happy with their performance. Anyhow to make a long storry short put app onto working system and had problem with image/archive verfication as in many posts and was unable to recover the system partition. Formated started from scratch with the OS (XP Pro SP2) installed and nothing else TI9 worked great from both windows and recovery CD. Next installed mobo chipset drivers, network drivers and zone alarm firewall plus about 75% of windows critical update only. Tested TI9 again and still worked fine windows and recovery console. OK here it comes... Next installed the following. Soundcard driver (AC 97) mobo utilities (Gwum, easytune 5), remaining windows critical and non critical updates, daemon tools 4.xxx, AVG, full office 2003 suite plus updates, acrobat 7. Tested TI9 again....... corruption issues started again........ in both windows and recovery console. Was able to always create images/archives however 100% failied verification. ...... This was reprodced twice so may possibly be some confliction in the last software installations mentioned. Unfortunately for me at the moment TI does not appear to be an opption and im not going back to ghost 9.... i think its time to return to the beast know as ghost 2003 . Just thought that perhaps this information may be usefull to someone else trawling through the 10 000 plus posts..... which brings me to my next point... how on earth was this software released with so many issues. Oh well hopefullt Acronis will get it going soon.