Hi: First time poster...I have a Hard Disk partition archive that I have used in the past to restore. For some reason, when I tried to restore the image, I get an error message saying the archive is corrupt. Funny thing is when I check the archive to test its integrity, it says that it is fine. Only when I try to restore the image do I get the corrupt message. And of course, as soon as that happens, the partition that I tried to restore to is messed up and the PC won't boot anymore. Question: Is there any way I can restore this partition using only the files rather than the entire image (the directories and files do not appear to be corrupt). The key here is that it is my boot partition and I have programs and data that I MUST restore. Can I simply copy all of the directories from the archive to the partition? Is there any way to repair a corrupt backup image? Running Windows XP Pro SP3 on an Intel Quad Core (q6600 processor) HELP!!!!!