I created a full backup of a whole HD to an external USB HD using the Bootable Rescue Media I created after I installed TI 9 full version. I split them up into 650MB files (4 files). I want to make a cd with the first image on it bootable so all I have to to to restore my system is to boot with the first cd, select retore, then insert the other 3 cd's as it goes along. OK, I've done it before with TI8, a while ago. But it will not work with ver. 9. I tried creating an ISO image of the boot cd TI9 made using UltraISO, then opening this ISO and adding the 1st .tib (backup) file & save the ISO. Then I burn the ISO using Nero 6. It did not boot in any machine I tried it in. I then tried to create a new bootable cd in Nero, using the extracted boot file from the TI9 boot cd (again using UltraISO), then adding the "Recovery Manager" folder and the 1st .tib file. No good either. This should be easy, but it's not. I am probably doing something wrong. I've seen instructions for doing this on the web but they all involve a bunch of steps that seem unnessasary, because, I did it with ver 8. I need 9 because it has better hardware support. Any help is appreciated.