I have a pc whose hard disk has 3 partitions. In one there is the operative system windows xp, and in the other 2 there are data. I created the image of just the system partition (disk C) and not of the full disk. That means that if I will have a problem, I want to recover just that partition, since I don't want all the rest would be overwritten. But now I decided to have a dual boot pc with Linux in one partition (disk E), leaving diskC and disk D to windows xp. I read that when True Image created the image of the partition it is writing down the master boot record. If I install Linux, I guess that the master boot record will change. My question is the following. Suppose that in the future I will have problems/crash of windows and that I will want to have back disk C from the image I had created. That it will destroy the dual boot? If I had to guess I would say yes... I imagine that the best thing (but I ask to be confirmed in this hypothesis) is that AFTER the installation of Linux, I will create a new image of the Windows partition. Supposing that one day I shall reinstall Windows from this new image of disk C, am I sure that I will be able to boot Linux and make it work? Thanks I have True Image Home 9.0.