I still use Acronis 6 - I haven't had the time to upgrade to the latest version. I imaged the hard drive of one computer, which is failing, so I could copy it onto the hard drive of another computer I own. It uses Windows XP with the SP2 upgrade. I copied the image onto six CDs. No errors came up when I was imaging the drive. Everything seemed to be going fine during the recovery process; the Acronis recovery CD screen came up with no problems, and I began going through the steps. I placed the final CD I burned into my second CD-ROM drive, which the software saw with no hickups. When I got to the final screen and clicked Proceed, I got this message: "Error opening the file. A possible reason may be poor media quality. Please press Retry, etc...." I burned the Recovery CD at the same time I imaged the hard drive, and that seemed to be working okay. And I partitioned and formatted the destination drive before I started the process, which showed up as partitioned. And there are no scratches on the CDs I burned the image onto(Fuji CDs). Any ideas as to what it might be? I hope I provided all the necessary information. Thanks in advance for any help.