Hi, all. If anyone can help me with the following issue, I would appreciate it. Here goes... I have installed TI Home 10 on my desktop computer in order to create the bootable rescue media. I created the rescue CD (both versions of TI Home) and then uninstalled the program from my desktop computer (to be legal). I am trying to use the rescue media CD on my laptop to create an image of my system partition. When I try to load the full version I get pages of fatal errors before the program finally comes up. There is no USB support as I thought there should be. Clue...my USB mouse doesn't work. I want to save the image to my external HDD. I restarted the rescue CD and then tried loading the "safe" option. It comes up but does not see my external HDD (USB interface). BTW, USB mouse is working using the "safe" option. Is this because the "safe" version does not load USB drivers and therefore will not see any drive (or other device) plugged into the laptop USB ports? Should I try the full version again (with the load errors) to see if my external HDD is seen? As a last resort, can I create the image (using the "safe" load) and save it to my laptop HDD instead of the external HDD. Then move the file from my laptop HDD to my external HDD? Will I be able to restore the newly created image from the image file even though the file is no longer in the same place that it was created and saved to? Thanks for your help.