I am unable to create an image on a shared network drive with TI 8.0 build 826. Both computers are XP SP2, and logged in with admin privileges. Shared folders working fine otherwise. Both systems only have 1 hard drive, so I would like to perform a complete image of system #1 onto the a shared folder on system #2 drive. Maybe I should just backup system #1 MBR and important system #1 partitions, instead of trying to do a full disk image? My concern is if I have a complete drive failure on system #1. With no MBR or full TI disk backup, from what I've read on the forum, I will not be able to recover. Any thoughts on what my full backup/recovery strategy for success should be ?? Here is what happens when I try to perform a full disk image to a LAN share. I am unable to browse to the share in TI, getting an error that the network is unavailable (see jpg). However, if I type in the full network share name for the image filename (\\computername\sharedfoldername\imagefilename), TI finds the share and will proceed to about 20%, then fail with error E0007004 "poor media quality" ?? I have tried this regedit on both computers (and reboot): [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\lanmanserver\parameters] "IRPStackSize"=dword:00000018 ...but get same behavior and error. I read on a previous thread that TI 8 has an issue with backing up over a LAN and the solution for one user was to revert to TI 7. Is there a solution for TI 8 I can implement ??