I installed the trial version of TI 9.0 in order to see if a problem on TI 8.0.937 had been fixed in the new version. After having verified that the problem still existed in the new version, I had three choices to return to the previous version. 1) Use TI 9.0 to restore an image of my system created with TI 8.0.937. I know this is probably possible. It's just that I don't yet feel comfortable in restoring my system unless no alternative exists. 2) Use the TI 8.0.937 bootable rescue disk to restore same image. Again, I would prefer avoiding a restoration. 3) Uninstall TI 9.0 and reinstall the previous version. This is what I opted for. Problem is, this can become tedious. If I've gone through three versions in the past, then I have 75 alphanumeric entries to make. Is there any way of entering these values other than pecking away at it? I also was unsure as to what to do regarding drivers. At one point I was told that certain drivers for Acronis existed on my computer which drivers were newer than the ones about to be installed, or words to that effect. I opted not to overwrite the new drivers. I would appreciate the advice of more experienced users on this.