I made several TI 10 Home Build 4942 images of my P4 1.5GHz system's C drive to a second partition on the same drive. All the images completed normally and validated. I restored an image I made yesterday of the C partition back to the C partition. Everything went normally, I chose Active and didn't change the size. I just needed to get back to yesterday's conditions after some messy installation problems. The restore proceed normally, but on rebooting, Vista wouldn't start and I was told I needed to boot from my Vista DVD and select Repair. I did this and the Vista setup found boot errors and fixed them. After that the system booted normally. I never had this problem on this exact same hardware under Windows XP with TI 9 Home. Have others found this. Since most people don't get a Vista DVD with their computer, this is a serious problem. Is there a better way to restore? Is it necessary to also restore the MBR when restoring the boot partition?