Hi, I'm using True Image 10. I have a development system we need to rapidly switch between 4 different clean-state OS: - WinXP - WinXP 64 - Vista - Vista 64 Since we're running automated/unattended tests that reboot the machine several times, multi-booting is not ideal. What we have setup is two partitions, one with the current OS, and one with 4 .tib files, each one containing a backup of a different OS as installed on the first partition. The problem is that the boot loader never survives the restore. If I make a backup of the entire disk to an external location, whether it's another hard drive or a network location, when I restore it the MBR and Bootloader are there and intact. However, if I restore a single active partition from one of those .tibs on the second partition of the system drive, whether I choose to also restore "MBR and Track 0" or not, the system is not bootable after recovery. I can use the Vista or XP install disk to fixmbr or bcdedit and it will boot, but this is a very painful step we would like to eliminate. Is TI Home just not the right tool for this job? If so, then what is? Will Workstation do what I want? We want each of these systems to be self-contained and capable of rapidly re-imaging to any of those 4 operating systems.