Hello all. First time poster here looking for help with Paragon R&B2012, downloaded and installed two days ago on a ShuttleX PC running XP Pro SP3, all updates OK. Testing Paragon's R&B2012 pushed me to download and read the user manual, as I couldn't restore from a complex image. "Complex" because I took MBR, first track and System, stored in another partition of the PC's HDD. Tried restoring both from within Windows using Paragon's console (normal and advanced view) and through the Recovery CD created after installing the program, same problem occurs. Let's take Restoring a system partition from a local drive, page 75 and following of the User's Manual. Up to point 4 all is identical on screen as in the manual: Browse for archive/What to restore/How to restore. I agree N°5 could be named either Restore Results (manual) or Restore Summary (what I see on my monitor), image is also different: image from the manual shows Geometry Restore Options, I have only number of objects to restore and Destination path, C:\ If I complete the Restore wizard a message appears telling me to commit changes using the Apply command, click Finish closes the wizard. However the manual indicates that at this step (N°7) the program indicates a system restart is required, this is not showing up in my case. Then manual says in step 8 a progress window appears and after the completing the program the PC will automatically reboot. In my case after I APPLY the changes I'm not told the PC will need to reboot, copying of files begins and lasts for about 50 minutes for the ~6GB backup created, reaches 100%, then 101 and continues up to 103%. Detailed view windows show names of files copied, at the 103% mark it is still copying C:\ProgramFiles... or C:\Documents and Settings... Finally it stops, the time indicator in the upper right corner disappears and I can close the program. On the desktop nothing seems to have changed, PC behaves normally. Maybe I am missing something really obvious but I can't put my finger on it. I will be grateful for help provided. Here is an album with screen captures taken during the process.