Okay, I have finally figured out with help from this wonderful forum how to successfully perform a restore of a image located on our network to a Fdisk'd hard drive by starting the target PC with the TI8 rescue CD. However, now that I have gotten this far, when attempting to power up the PC, I receive the message: Windows could not start because of a computer disk hardware configuration problem. Could not read from the selected boot disk. Check boot path and disk hardware. Please check the Windows documentation .... The image was created from a new hard drive with a fresh install of WinXP Pro, Office, and other 3rd party applications. The drive was part of a network domain, etc. But, I used SysPrep to get rid of the Sid and a mini-setup and sealed the computer. Then, I created the image and proceeded to restore that image to another computer drive. Any ideas, hints, or thoughts are greatly appreciated.