I had a dilemma this week where my gf jacked up my computer where it would not boot at all. I had just cloned my "C" drive 2 weeks earlier on a separate internal drive that was still installed inside my PC. I hadn't touched that drive since then. I took that drive and replaced it with my jacked up "C" drive and turned the computer on. It started fine. Even the Linux Ubuntu partition I had on that drive worked fine. The only problem I had was it was 2 weeks old. Not that much of a problem but is the reason I'm posting this question here. Is it possible to set up a schedule to do a cloning on a regular basis, where I don't have to manully start up ATI. Being able to simply replace the damaged drive with the backed up drive was very, very, easy. And being able to replace it with a very current backed up drive would even be nicer. Maybe someone could chime in on whether this is even the best solution to what I want. Which is to simply get up and running easily and quickly without having to reinstall Windows and reinstall all the apps and reconfigure Windows the way I like it.