I just did a test w/TI9 & my Gateway Laptop. I had made 3 backups from the drive. A Full Disk, a C (Windows Partition) and a D (Recovery Partition). I then removed the HDD and inserted an extra laptop HDD I had. Now the orig HDD is 60GB and the test one is only 40GB. But the total of either partition or both together is under 10GB so that shouldn't be an issue. First I booted to the Rescue CD & restored just the C (Windows Partiton) along with the MBR & Track 0. This said it was successful. But after when I tried to boot to the HDD, it froze up on the Windows Logo Screen you get a few seconds after you get the large Windows XP Splash Screen. So next I redid the restore, but this time using my FULL DISK image I made. This one was also successful and I was able to completely boot into Windows. Can anyone tell me why the first try failed? It seems to me I should have been able to just put the Windows Partition back and it should have worked. Thanks!