I've got a 2011 MBP that I had a windows 7 boot camp partition on. Up to Lion, I had been using win clone to back up my boot camp partition, but it doesn't work in Lion, and the hacks and such out there have all failed for me. So I saw posts that indicated that booting from the rescue disc with the Paragon backup and recovery would let people do boot camp partitions as well. So I purchased a license last night, downloaded, burned the CD, booted from it, and was able to back it up just fine. Problem came with the restore, where I got integrity errors. I also use True Image for PC's, and both win clone and true image would warn me when the image was created if there were problems. So I didn't think to check the integrity as a step before testing the recovery process, so of course I've lost my boot camp partition now. Not that critical a thing at least, since I do have a win clone image from a week or two ago, that I can still mount to access files on it, so I can rebuild Windows without any issues other than lost time. I was just wondering if it's common for the Paragon backup to have errors when it backs up that it doesn't see or report itself? Is it pretty much a requirement to run the check on the image when it's done to make sure it's actually a good image? I was impressed with the speed of the backup, but the recovery went for like 1.5 hours just to get about 75% of the way done before it errored out, which seemed extreme since the exact same partition restore with win clone was about an 8 minute process. Thanks for any enlightenment.