Using True Image Home® version 10.0 (build 4,942) on Vista. Made a disk image of my C: drive into the secure partition earlier today and decided to restore it to check that everything works ok. Used the F11 function from boot menu and got into the app ok. Verified image - said was OK. Restored - said was successful. Rebooted and Vista came up with an error saying that "\window\system32\wintel.exe is corrupt or missing" and suggested booting from vista DVD and repair. Before doing this I also tried to restore the MBR and track 0 with True Image - still the same message. Tried to boot from the vista DVD but the F11 loader stopped F8 (to boot from DVD) working on my system. By altering the BIOS boot priority got to boot from DVD. Vista repair instantly picked up the problem and after a reboot my system was back up and running. Now I realise that no harm was done, but a couple of things concern me about the product. Firstly it may just be a quirk of my motherboard (Asus P5B-E plus) but it's a bit annoying that the Acronis loader prevents booting from CD/DVD. More importantly why did I need to repair the installation with the Vista disk. BTW I am quite prepared to be told I made some glaring error but I'm pretty sure I followed the instructions!