I have an Asus A8N-SLI deluxe mobo. Using the nVidia Raid controller for my C drive, made of 2 80GB SATA-II drives in Raid-0. Works fine from XP, but from the Acronis recovery boot CD, the raid isn't recognized properly; I see the 2 individual drives instead of the larger raid drive. Likewise, Partition Magic 8 causes major system destruction after the machine reboots to execute the queued tasks of resizing and creating another partition. I think it's for a similar reason, that the raid isn't being detected right, so it hoses the boot sector in ways that are difficult to fix. What I'd like to do is manually add the nvidia raid drivers to my Acronis TI7 boot cd, so that the raid will be recognized right. Acronis TI does support raid-0, and in Windows there is no problem. That's because the proper drivers are being used in the Windows environment. But when you wanna restore a wrecked system, you have to use the boot CD which I made from Acronis running in Windows. I'm suprised it didn't put the right driver on the CD when I made the boot CD. Probably has to be tweaked to support it. It's a somewhat new chipset. I played with the bleeding edge and cut myself Acronis TrueImage 7 is supposed to be a Linux based app, right, not dos? (That's why it works as well as it does I think, and has no problems normally will all kinds of hardware like SATA & Raid). So do I need to find Linux raid driver and stick on the boot CD or what. Or do I use the ones off the floppy that I use for WindowsXP raid driver pre-install? Here are the files on my Acronis Recovery boot CD: Name Size Type bootmenu.exe 935 KB Application bootwiz.sys 22 KB System file f11.cfg 1 KB CFG File kernel.dat 614 KB NeroMIX media files mouse.com 5 KB MS-DOS Application ramdisk.dat 7,510 KB NeroMIX media files Here are the files on the boot floppy for my RAID, that I used to load RAID driver when installing Windows XP SP2: Name Size Type disk1 1 KB File idecoi.dll 288 KB Application Extension nvata.cat 9 KB Security Catalog nvatabus.inf 6 KB Setup Information NvAtaBus.sys 85 KB System file nvcoi.dll 32 KB Application Extension nvide.nvu 1 KB NVU File nvraid.cat 9 KB Security Catalog nvraid.inf 3 KB Setup Information nvraid.sys 67 KB System file nvraidco.dll 18 KB Application Extension nvuide.exe 172 KB Application txtsetup.oem 5 KB OEM File I can re-make the Acronis CD manually, but with the drivers added. Need help to know what to add though. Think it will work?