I'm wondering if the rescue CD that TrueImage 2009 makes can safely be used to save disk images to a NTFS external drive. The reason I'm asking is that I know the previous version, TI11 was not safe. I tried it several times on a couple external usb drives and it'd create damaged archives or damage other files. Also, I know that Linux has a long history of not writing properly on NTFS drives. I've been having my external drive partitioned as FAT32 just to make ti11 happy, but I'm tired of that. But I want even less to put my backup data at risk... I know I can do a BartPE version, but I'm using Vista64, so that's not really an option. And I know I can do a VistaPE version. I tried doing that with ti11 but it didn't work out well. The ready made CD image that TI2009 makes is much more convenient.... provided it's safe.