I downloaded and installed the trial version of B&R 11. I then created an image of the hard disk (2 partitions) of my notebook to an external hard drive. The software reported that the image was created OK. As it turns out, my system crashed yesterday and I REALLY need to restore from the image that I thought (hoped) was going to save me someday. From within the trial version, I created the bootable CD. It booted normally, and I ran the restore wizard. If found the archive file, but the image, ending in .005 was grayed out on the file selection line. I couldn't proceed beyond that. Is there a limitation on the trial version that you can't restore from an image that you created? Do I have to purchase a license in order to restore from my image? As an owner of the 10 suite, I had created a WinPE bootable CD. I booted from that CD and navigated to the image files created by B&R 11. When I selected the archive, the software reported incompatible version. Is there any hope of using my image files? The fact that they were grayed out and not available for restoration causes me to think that maybe they weren't created correctly in the first place. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.