I've been trying to see if I can reproduce the problems described in Corrupted image woes with SP2, and I seem to be having an issue but I'm not sure if it is the same sort of thing that other people are seeing. I'm working with a WinXP SP2 machine that exists as a virtual machine in VMWare. I have created the image onto two CD-R discs. That process went fine. But when I go to restore the system from CD, that's where I'm running into some sort of problem. I boot from the Acronis rescue CD. When it comes up, I switch the disc with the last (second) image disc. I select the CD-RW drive and it shows the file "TestBackup2.tib" is there. It reads it and prompts me to insert the first CD. At this point I cannot continue. I click the button and the dialog remains there. (Indicating that ATI doesn't realize that I have inserted the first disc of the backup set) Through further testing, I have come to the conclusion that the rescue CD environment isn't recognizing the fact that the media in the CD-RW drive has changed. For example, if I insert the first disc of the backup set, I see that "TestBackup1.tib" is there. If I select that and try to proceed I get an error saying that the image is corrupt. (Which is somewhat understandable, since it's not the last disc of the backup set, as requested) But if I then change the CD in the drive to the last disc, it still shows "TestBackup1.tib" in the file manager. If I try to manually change the file name to "TestBackup2.tib", the "Next" button is greyed out and I cannot proceed. So at this point I cannot restore a multi-CD backup by using the recovery disc. I have tried a CD-RW drive and two different DVD-RW drives, and in all three cases so far it is not recognizing the fact that the media has changed. Is anybody else seeing this issue, or am I perhaps seeing some sort of VMWare quirk?