Ok, first of all I am using True Image 10. This fact alone may be the cause of my problem. I just finished a home built PC for my brother. Here are some specs: GABYTE GA-EP45-UD3R Intel dual core CPU WD 500 GB hard drive ATI graphics card Zalman CPU cooler DVD RW drive Corsair 620 wt PS I loaded Vista 64 and all his system drivers. I then wanted to create an image before proceeding. I used my TI boot CD, and it loaded just like it always does. It recognized both internal drives just fine. I went to create the image, and all was well until it showed the time remaining of 1.5 hours. This is just a simple Vista install with system drivers installed and that's it. I can create an image on my other system with equal hardware, and 20 gigs on the drive in about four minutes. Any ideas what might be going on? Is maybe the mobo too new and not supported by my older version of TI 10? This version works perfectly fine on my other dual core Vista 64 system. Any ideas??