Hi, I am considering purchasing "Paragon Drive Backup 10 Professional". I browsed the PDF User Manual from the Paragon Web site. I am a New to using Backup Image and Recovery software and I still have some basic Newbie Questions. Newbie Questions, Regarding - "Paragon Drive Backup 10 Professional": 1. Can you Create a "Backup Capsule" without a "Bootable" Option, so as Not to overwrite the MBR ?? ....... How ? (Note: I do Not want to overwrite the MBR, so as not to effect another 3rd party boot manager which has already modified the mbr on my pc's hard drive) 2. As a Newbie, don't want to make any wrong assumptions: Question: .... So basic question is can you Restore both the Windows XP Operating System including the Entire contents of the Hard Drive, on a PC that has just one partition the C: drive, when your currently in Windows XP (have Windows XP - Booted Up at the desktop), by just going to the Paragon Drive Backup Pgm Application in the Start Menu and choosing a Restore Option ?? ---- OR ---- Must you use a Paragon Rescue Disk to Boot the PC and then perform the Restore (of the Windows XP Operating System, including the Entire contents of the Hard Drive) from the Paragon Rescue Disk ? 3. If one can Restore Windows operating system (and entire hard drive contents) from a prior image, while your actually in Windows .... Technically, How does this work, since your actively using Windows XP ?? ....Does Paragon somehow reboot windows and is able to somehow Restore Windows operating system from a backup image before allowing window xp to startup from the request to reboot back up. 4. If you Restore Windows, from a Backup Image stored on the "Local Hard Drive" (On a PC with just one partition the C: drive), can the Backup Image be located in a folder on the C: drive ? --- OR --- must the Backup Image be located on the "Backup Capsule" ? ...Thanks in advance, as the answers to these basic questions will educate me and bring me up to speed, in making a informed decision.