When a restore is needed is not the time to find out that the b3677 rescue disk does not recognize SATA drives, but that is when most of us discover it. Making a boot disk using Bart's PE and the Acronis "Bart's PE plug in" is a successfull work around... Here's what worked for me: 1. Your Acronis install must have included the "Bart's PE plugin" 2. You nust have an XP install disk that has been "slipstreamed" with SP2. 3. Download and install Bart's PE builder (free at http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/). 4. You are going to copy the Bart's PE plug in from the Acronis install to the "PlugIn" folder created in the PE Builder install... BUT... there is already a plug in there named Bart'sPE that has another purpose. So copy the one from Acronis to a temp folder, rename it (I named it "TrueImage") and then copy it to the PEBuilder PlugIn folder. 5. Run the PE Builder, having it burn it's output to a CD. IT WORKS. 6. After booting from the Bart's boot disk you will find True Image by clicking GO - System - True Image. Good luck - and lelt's hope Acronis quickly corects this situation.