I have two Optiplex GX620. On the first I loaded all of my software plus True Image 9.0 (build 2323). Then I made a bootable CD using True Image. Then I did a image backup using True Image to a DVD. One the backup DVD I have a file called MyBackup1.tib (2 gb ib size) a file called MyBackup2.tib (1 gb in size). The goal of this exercise is to be able to create an exact clone of the GX620 using the backup DVD. After the PC was cloned I was going to address the SID issue using NEWSID from System Internals. So I unpack the second GX620 (right out of the box) and boot True Image standalone. I selected the full version. Since True Image resides in RAM (I have 512 mb) I removed the boot CD and put in the DVD. I get to the Restore Data Wizard selection screen and True Image finds nothing on the DVD. It makes no attempt to read it. OK I think its having trouble because I removed a CD and put in a DVD. So I added a DVD drive to my configuration using the USB port. I rebooted. The DVD drive in the GX620 has the bootable True Image 9 and the USB DVD has the backup DVD. Again I get to the Restore Data Wizard selection screen and True Image finds an E: drive (my usb DVD). It even finds a Recovery Manager Folder (which BTW is not visible in Windows Explorer). True Image again does not find my .tib files. True Image just sits there. Maybe I don't understand the process so I am asking for some guidance here. What the heck am I doing wrong? True Image is supposed to be able to to a baremetal restore. Help!!!!