I've just done a clean install of TI9 (build 2337) on a WinXP MCE2005 PC. I created an image of by C: partition (boot) to an external hard drive. I had the image boken into 2gB files - resulting in two files that were 2GB and a third that was about 700 mB. Then I burned (using the latest patched ver of Roxio Easy Media Creator)those files to two DVD-Rs (the two 2gB files on the first DVD and the smaller on a second DVD. I then tried doing a file restore from my image (to test the validity of my image). When asked to insert media, I inserted the second of my DVDs. TI apparently recognized the DVD and gave me a Warning dialog box (Warning00040011: Please insert the media makked "Volume 1" Press Retry ...). I inserted the first DVD (where the files are actually named "Raptor C Partition 51.tib" and "Raptor C Partition 52.tib" rather thatn "Volume 1") and clicked the Retry button. I get the "hourglass" busy cursor for a few minutes and then "Not Responding" in the title bar. I then tried a similar file restore using an image created months ago with TI8 - and that file restore works. The same DVD drive and DVD-R media were used on this successful restore. The difference being that with that earlier image is that it was not split into several files but is a simgle file on a single DVD-R. Then I copied the three files from the TI9 image back to a hard drive (external). I am able to do a file restore from this image on an external hard drive. So it sems like the image itself is not corrupted. Any suggestions would be appreciated.