I upgraded from TI8 to TI10 and created a new recovery CD with the latest build of TI10. I created a backup of my C Drive under Windows and the archive verification under Windows checks out fine. However, when I boot the Recovery CD Full Version and try to verify the archive, the system hangs after a few minutes (six "progress" bars). It stops reading the hard drive and doesn't terminate the process if I try to "Cancel". The only way out is to pull the plug on the Dell. It gets more interesting - I boot the same Recovery CD on another self-built (not a Dell) PC, run verification on a backup of the same C Drive I created from the Dell across my network to the local drive and it works fine. Both PCs have SATA drives. The only significant difference is that the Dell has 2.5GB of memory and the self-built PC has only 1GB. I ran Memtest86+ on the Dell and there were no errors. Could Linux on the Recovery CD have an issue with large memory size? Any insights would be welcome.