This is my first post on the forums. I've come here because I'm trying to install RBRX on Windows 8. The install goes fine, at the end it asks me to reboot. I do so, but the recovery console doesn't appear before Windows boots up. When I get to the desktop I see RBRX's icon in the system tray, left/right-clicking it does nothing. Trying to uninstall it also does nothing, the uninstaller just hangs (I can see it in Task Manager) after I click OK when it says all snapshots will de deleted (I have none). It's also worth noting that I have a quadruple boot system (W8, Server 2012, Linux Mint, Kali Linux, and Hackintosh soon to be installed in the next few days). I also plan to use DiskCryptor WDE on both Windows partitions. I have looked into imaging solutions, but all of them seem to require that you image the entire partition/drive (including free space) when some form of WDE is installed. Hence the reason why I have turned to system restore solutions. I know they're not an end-all solution, I would still use imaging as a failsafe. Another thing is that RBRX wont install on Server OSes, which I expected anyways. I see they do have a server RAID solution available on their site, but I have no intention of buying 2 kinds of licenses just to use one program. I mainly use Server for coding and development tasks anyways, not as an actual server, since it seems to be well-suited to those tasks. The installer seems to be InstallShield-based, it's only a matter of time before I hack up a solution to make it install on Server. The last thing I'm having an issue with, is that it asks during the installation if I plan to install it in a Windows multiboot situation, if I click yes I get the scenario outlined in paragraph 1, but I recently discovered that if I click no (since it wont install in Server anyways), that the recovery console appears after boot. But there's another issue, the text in the console appears to be distorted (I cant take a screenshot for obvious reasons). So I hit Ctrl-Alt-Del, it goes back to the console and offers multiple options, asking if I want to install in VGA mode, text-only mode, etc. No matter which I choose, it hangs at 33%. I have every intention of paying for this software, but only if I can get it to cooperate. I'm currently using Drive Snapshot as my imaging solution, it's fast and only backs up the used (not free) space and it even compresses the backups. And it has incremental/differential options along with checksumming. Not sure if it works with WDE yet, I'm about to test that out. In the meantime I'm looking into other options. I would really appreciate any help on this, especially in regards to forcing a Server install. As long as I'm paying I really don't think it matters. I would appreciate any help on this matter!