I purchased TI7 a long time ago and recently used it to create a backup image. Now I want to restore this image but am unable to boot from my TI7 boot CD--I get the "acronis loader" message, then the graphical splash screen, then black, and nothing else. After reading several forum posts, I tried hitting F-11, but it didn't seem to have any effect. Then I downloaded the TI9 trial and created a boot disc with it. With this CD, F-11 did work, and I was able to get the recovery console running by using the "acpi=off noacpi" option. But when I try to recover my TI7 image, it gets about halfway through before reporting that the image is corrupt. Is this just because recovering a TI7 image with the TI9 recovery console isn't supported, or is my image really corrupt? It was created with normal compression, and is on a separate hard drive from the c: partition where I'd like to restore. If this isn't supported, does anyone have any tips for getting my TI7 boot CD to boot? Thanks!