Let me start by saying I have already reported this problem to Tech Support, but I was just wondering if anyone else has seen this problem. I installed ATI and created a image of my system: Windows XP SP2, HP d220, 40GB drive, 256MB PC. I ran the Check Image against it to make sure it was OK, no errors returned. I then tried to restore and the software stops at the select partition to restore to screen. In the graphical representation of the drive image above the restore selection, I noticed that the drive image had a big red circle with an X in it. I looked at the properties - errors on the image and it says "File System Error: Index Corrupted." So I deleted the image file from the USB drive, ran CHKDSK /v /f and CHKDSK /r /f from my PC. The system ran through all 5 checks and found no problems. Just be safe, I then ran Partition Magic 8 on my system from the boot disk and had it check the drive for errors, again nothing. To finish off my scans I also ran Spin Rite against the drive and again, 8 hours later, came up clean. I then tried to make a new backup image from within Windows and at the "Select Partion To Image Screen" I right clicked on my drive and selected properties, then went down to the ERRORS button and it has the exact same error: "File System Error: Index Corrupted." I repeated this process from the emergency boot cd and got the exact same results. I have tried everything I know how to do on this. Any other ideas?