Some months ago I put an image of my desktop's HDD on my laptop (running WinME). Subsequently my laptop has become unusable (and unrepairable) and all the files on its HDD - including that .tib file - have now been copied to a USB hard-drive (format FAT32) connected to my desktop PC. But when I try to explore that disk image on my desktop PC (running WinXP, format NTFS) I get a message saying it's not the most recent (which is true) and that I must first load the most recent image (which is no use since that doesn't contain the .tib file I'm trying to open). If I instead try to restore from that .tib file I get a message telling me that it's corrupted. If it really is corrupted, how can this have happened? Or has the problem something to do with a FAT32-NTFS or WinME-XP incompatibility? Is there any workaround? I really do need to extract/copy some very precious data which is in that .tib file and for which I have no other backup.