I just can't find this info and have spent a lot of time trying to do this. I have a backup image from a hard drive. I want to restore it into a Virutal Machine. I'm using Microsoft Virtual PC 2004. I created a VPC image that has Windows XP on it. Although I can see this "computer" on the network and I can even RDP into it, I was unable to use the True Image Mgmnt Console to install the components onto this Virtual machine. (I had successfully used this on another remote computer (physical not virtual) - installing the components and creating an image - the image that I want to restore into the VPC). So I installed the console, agent, workstation and universal remote directly onto the Virtual PC computer and am now trying to restore into it by starting up TI Workstation inside the VPC. After I select the image file from the network and then from there select the entire disk (there are 3 partitions, but I am selecting the whole disk), it does it's analysis. On the next screen where you select the destination, no drives are enabled. I see the drive for the VPC but it is not active. I then realized that maybe the VPC drive is too small (16GB) for the image to be restored to. So in the VPC settings, I created a 2nd hard drive. (Never did that before) and restarted the VPC. Then I started the recovery again, selected the image file, selected the hard drive and did the analysis. Still I have no place to restore to (though I see BOTH drives now) and am stopped here. I've attached the screenshot of this step. I really need better step by step guidance on this. Everyone just says "oh, restore it into a virtual machine" and the documentation refers to screens I'm not seeing (for Universal Restore - maybe they are after the one I'm getting stuck on). Can someone please explain step by step how to restore into a Virtual Machine or point me to where I can find this info? Thanks!!