I installed True Image v. 9 on my Dell Dimension 8200 running XP Pro. After making a full backup I tried making a boot CD using "Create Bootable Rescue Media". But when I directed the PC to boot from the CD after a restart it didn't happen. It fell thru to the "next" option and booted from the hard disk as usual. Does anyone know if this is a particular problem with the Dell PCs? I noticed that Dell configured the PC with a small secondary partition for its own purposes. Some Compaq boxes used to do that too and it made full system restores trickier. I don't want to be lowered to the 6 diskette boot media approach that Microsoft seems to want Windows users to follow. And I blew 2 hours stepping thru some complex directions on a web site devoted to making an XP boot CD with Service Pack downloads and split-streaming, etc.