I have a Pentium 4 875P Chipset computer. i have true image 9 with updates. (built in Sata IRCH5) (1 Sata Raid 0)2 sata hard drives to make up the Raid 0. And one IDE hard drive. I can boot off The IDE or Raid by changing the settings in the motherboards bios. I made an image of my Raid Drive that is a good image because it will Restore fine on the original C: drive that the image was made from. But When I try and put the image on the IDE F: drive I have in the computer... it will not boot. My computer's bios gives me the option to boot off my C: Drive which is my Sata Raid... or my F: Drive wich is My first IDE hard drive. I know it will boot of this F: drive because in the past I have I installed all the software from scratch and the F: drive boots fine... so why doesn't my True Image 9(with all updates) make the F: Partition bootable? I made it Active and changed the BIOS settings to boot off the F drive first..