Hello all! I d/l TI Home 2009 to evaluate it because I'm tired of running my old version of Ghost. I'm running XP SP2 on an older Dell Inspiron 8200 notebook. I used the Media Builder to create a bootable CD-R. My first attempt was to create the bootable disk directly from Media Builder. I rebooted my machine after burning the disk but nothing... I heard the CD attempting to spin up but then XP booted. Once XP started I used Windows Explorer to look at the contents of the CD-R only to find it can't read the disk. I get the "please insert disk" mesage when I select that drive. Next I used Media Builder to create an ISO then I used Easy CD to burn a CD from it. Same results... The disk can't be read in Explorer. I'm sure the drive is still capable of burning CD-R's because I use it each week to create CD-R's with Easy CD to backup my data. I have several bootable CD-R's I created myself (Ghost, SpinRite, etc) that work fine and will boot my machine (I just tested them). I'm using the same CD-R media I use for everything else (the bootable disks I just mentioned, my weekly data backups, etc). That media is TDK 52x 700MB CD-R. Does anyone have a clue why Media Creator might not be be able to burn the CD-R and/or create an ISO that is burnable? Thanks!