Restore from CD or Program? SOLVED In the past I have been able to restore an image from the program installed to the harddrive. I would do that instead of booting to the restore CD. However I went ape **** with a cleaning a HD with Diskpart and Format. So trying to restore the image from the boot CD keep giving me the error "image can not be restored to this Hard Drive. I do not know why? So I reinstalled Win7 and got the HD back into bootable condition thinking I would reverse whatever i did wrong if i did do anything. So now I got win 7 booting up pretty normal again i guess. Now I installed the lastest copy of 2012 Free and use the program to restore the image instead of using the boot recuse CD. Seems ok it found my archieves and I am now restoring the image...I think I am because in thge past the computer would reboot when i started a restore operation. This time it's just running without restarting. In the Restore Wizard window in the lower pane I have hundreds of filenames scrolling some of which say "has been skipped". I have never seen this before. Plus this is taking hours longer than restores have done in the past. What is going on? is this newest copy different? ?Bad? I think i will redo this by booting to the rescure CD as soon as this ends. I don't trust this current operation. Can some tell me what going on here?