I use Acronis True Image Home version 11.0 Build# 8,101. This software has always been pretty dependable until last night. I had a full backup with one differential that I had made. I wanted to restore the backup and when I've done that before, all the steps were pretty bang bang and it was restored. When I had got to the part right before the re-boot I get this error message that a file (ramdisk.nat) cannot be found. I got in touch with Acronis Chat Support and he ended up making me a nice Recovery Disk with Linux system drivers, he said they were better than Windows, so I used that to restore my C: drive as he had already done my D: or Data drive without the re-boot. Anyway, my problem lies with getting the Master Boot Record back, so I don't have to use a recovery disk evey time I want to do a backup. How or why did that file go missing? Never ever did I have that happen to me before. Am I going to have to do an un-install and fresh re-install to get that file back, or will that even work? I'd like to make this product go back to where I don't have to use that recovery disk if I have a problem. And if a fresh install is the answer, will I be able to get the same build back if the disk that I have is an older Build? I sure hope someone can help me get this file back. This attachment I've added is the one that I got after I tried to re-boot to start the recovery. The ramdisk.dat is at the start of my log when I started this new backup today.