TI 9.0 Build 3567 now includes the MBR in a partition image too. Great. So I decided to create a second partition on my single partition system drive. I would image partition C: regularily, while D: would hold expendable or transient files that aren't worth their space inside images. I restored C: as a partition, reducing it's size in the process. In the resulting unallocated space I created partition D: with the Windows Disk Management tool. All went fine. But I have some doubts now. If I had to replace the system drive and restored the image of partition C: with MBR to the blank new drive, wouldn't the restored MBR (of two-partition origin) conflict with the actual single partition created on the new drive? Would the replacement drive boot? Well, I did create - as a precaution - one entire disk image of the present double-partiton system drive, but would still like to know what to expect when eventually my main drive fails.