I had a system with XP installed in it. As I have a lot of applications on it and have added a new disc in order to build a new clean environment. Switching via BIOS I have installed a clean windows XP in the new driver (250 GB), in two partitions, C, BOOT, and D, DATA. C have SO and D have data. I have installed TI and DD on it, and it works properly. So I took a TI full backup. I would like to have tree environments, BOOT, SAFE and TEST, in the new drive so I created 2 new partitions, SAFE and TEST, both as primary. Via TI, restore process, I copied partition C: into SAFE and TEST. Rename them again to SAFE and TEST, because the restore process left both as BOOT, Via DD, mark C: (BOOT) as active because DD left TEST (the last one created) as active. After that I boot the system, under C: BOOT, without problem. At that point I have five partitions, the OLD in one driver and four more, BOOT, SAFE, TEST and DATA, on the second one. BOOT, SAFE and TEST have been created as primary. Now I have installed OSS, but it does recognize none of the SO installed. I have tried it with OS wizard unsuccessfully, and I cannot mark either partition as bootable. I have to disabled OSS to proceeded. After that I have boot again from BOOT without problem. Whay OSS did not recognize any SO? Any suggestions? What I have done wrong?