Hi, We test True Image Corporate Workstation before we deploy this procedure and we try to understand a problem. True Image has a strange behavior if we restore image of a whole disk to a smaller disk: he resize partition and he doesn't restore MBR. Our test configuration : ---------------------- - True Image Corporate Workstation 8.0, Build 1158, Trial Version - 2 HDD, one 37.27 Gb HDD, one 38.35 Gb HDD - Windows 2000 Pro Problem description : --------------------- On the HDD n°1 (38,35 GB), we have a very simple Linux Distribution with two partitions : Part A = 9 GB (1.5 GB used) = "/" partition Part B = 517 MB = swap and so about 29 GB unallocated 1) We backup this whole disk in an a single image "hdd1.tib". 2) When we restore the "hdd1.tib" image on the hdd1, all is perfect and the system boot correctly. 3) Now, we want to restore this same image on the HDD n°2. This HDD is smaller than HDD n°1 (37.27GB so about 1GB less) but we only need space for one partition of 9GB and one partition of 517 Mo. 4) The acronis restore wizard works fine ( we restore the whole disk and we delete all the partitions) but at the final screen, we notice that: - the first operation (1 of 3) is "clearing disk" ----> is it useless ? - the second operation (2 of 3) resize the "/" partition from 9GB (1.5 GB used) to 36.77 GB ---> why ? - the third operation (3 of 3) resize the swap partition from 517 Mo to 509 Mo ----> why ? - a fourth operation is missing (i think so..), the "restore partition structure" So, when we boot on this second HDD, the system can't boot because of the MBR is missing. If we fix the MBR manually, we can see that the "/" partition and the swap partition were correctly here. The size of the partition have changed as the final screen of True Image preview said ("/" partiton is 37 Gb and swap partition is 500 Mb). This problem occurs even if the HDD n°2 is empty, contains a linux system or contains a windows system. Do True Image be able to restore a whole disk to a smaller disk because he seems to resize partitions with non-sense and he doesn't restore the MBR. Thanks a lot, Yo.