Hello, I have been using TI 8 build 396 since a few weeks, and am having this problem: I installed Windows XP on a client's 'old' computer with an Intel 440BX chipset and an old BIOS recognizing only hard disk drives with maximum 32GB capacity. The client wants a Western Digital 80GB disk, so I used Western Digital Data Lifeguard to make the 80GB usable and installed Windows XP Professional including SP2. I used 2 partitions: boot partition 32GB FAT32 and the remaining partition also FAT32. So far so good, everything OK, the PC works like a charm. Now I want to have an image of this hard disk in order to be able to restore the original situation if needed. I used the TI boot CD and saved a full image of the full hard disk, including both partitions, on a network. I then removed the original disk, and installed a Seagate 80GB in the computer, and restored the image. When I try to boot this disk, I get an 'NTLDR is missing' error. No boot possible. I then tried to clone the original WD disk using the TI CD again. Removing the original WD disk and booting from the new Seagate disk is now working without a problem. Can it be that cloning the disk adapts the MBR to the new disk, but saving/restoring an image does not? How can I get the saved/restored image to work with another hard disk, just like it does with the cloning procedure? Thanks in advance!