I used Acronis True Image Home 10.0.4871 to create a full disk image of my main system partition, running Windows XP Professional with SP2. I then copied it to an external drive, and changed my internal drives into a JBOD (spanning) configuration using my mobo's nF4 chipset raid (nvraid). After restoring the image to the new massive JBOD/RAID drive and booting up, I get the following blue screen (safe mode included): **** STOP: 0x0000007B (0xBACCB528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) Note that the error message does NOT include the phrase "INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE" and the 0xBACCB528 part changes sometimes. It's also worth noting that my previous setup included an internal JBOD drive for file storage (no OS present), so I did have the nVIDIA raid drivers installed. I also tried using Acronis Universal Restore and supplied it with the nvraid drivers, but still got the same error. My setup is as follows: DFI Lanparty nF4 SLI-DR motherboard AMD Athlon 64 3200+ 2gb DDR PC3200 *WD3200KS 320GB SATA2 hardrive (two of them), plugged into the nvidia-controlled sata channels (not the Silicon image ones) *ST3320620A 320GB IDE Ultra ATA100 (Primary IDE slave) WD1200JB 120GB IDE Ultra ATA100 (Primary IDE master) *these drives are part of the new JBOD I've installed XP Pro to the WD1200JB for the time being so I can work on this problem and perform faster restores of the image. With my original setup (the one that is imaged), XP was installed on one of the WD3200KS drives, which was not part of any array. I tried doing a repair install of XP but it failed (I don't remember the error). I REALLY want to avoid having to do a fresh install of XP and replace all my programs and settings (otherwise what was the point of making the image and using Acronis software in the first place?) Please, I'm open to any suggestions, and I'm willing to get my hands dirty with registry settings etc, if need be.