Hi, I recently tried to restore an image to my laptop. I had been using version 941 for quite some time with no problems, on my desktop (apart from a few cosmetic bugs). I am pretty sure I had successfully restored to my desktop in the past, but this time I needed to restore to the laptop. The external USB2.0 enclosure I use is a Prolific PL-3507 chipset. It was working just fine with the desktop machine. On the laptop, I can create the image just fine. When I try to restore it, TI tells me that files are in use (I was trying to restore the OS) and I can hit Retry or Reboot. I tried Reboot, and with the Acronis loader I got a whole string of error messages, all starting with: ohci1394_0: Invalid <blah blah blah a bunch of hex codes> ohci1394_0: Failed to <blah blah> and something about initializing contexts. It looks like it's totally failing to recognize either the USB 2.0 drivers, or the external enclosure's chipset. After a while it times out and loads up, but then when I try to browse it takes a billion years to "scan" partitions and all I see is the external disk's activity light flashing without end. I thought maybe the newest build (115 would help. I tried it, but it was exactly the same. Note, using the rescue disk and selecting "USB, SCSI support" ends up causing the same problem exactly. So my question is, is my external drive just not supported? The USB2.0 drivers work fine with TI within Windows XP. The laptop is a Toshiba Satellite 5200. The strange thing is the error says "ohci1394_0" but I'm not using Firewire at the time. My external enclosure has both USB2 and firewire but I am using USB2. I would really appreciate any feedback. This makes TI rather useless for me -- I had just assumed it would work as well on my laptop as it does on my desktop. Any workarounds? For the time being I have copied the image back to a secondary partition on my laptop, but that is not ideal and there are times when I don't have the space.