I downloaded and registered True Image 2009 Home Upgrade yesterday. The build number is 9709 and I installed it on my Widows XP Home SP3 machine. One of the first things I did was create a bootable rescue CD using TI's Media Builder. It works just fine in all respects except the screen resolution appears to be more like the old CGA screen and not VGA. It doesn't fit on my Samsung 19" monitor and is very grainy. The display adapter is an on board ATI Radeon X1550. I have tried, by using F11, to change the resolution by setting the parameter to vga=0x301 and many others but I still get the same result on each. Have also tried 'acpi=off noapci' but still the same thing. What do I need to do to get Media Builder to build a disk that will display properly on my machine? Thank you very much. I just noticed that when I restored from within Windows XP, the same crummy screen came up after the reboot but when the screen that shows the progress came up it was in the proper resolution. It looks like the parameters I entered with F11 on the boot disk did not get passed to the program. Go figure! Thanks again.