Hello all, I have installed True Image 9.1 Wks b3718 with Universal Restore on a core-duo laptop running WinXP SP2. I created a bootable rescue CD successfully. I created a backup of my laptop to an image stored on a DVD, without any problem. For testing purpose, I wanted to restore this image to another laptop with a P4 CPU and hyperthreading. I booted on the CD, selected "recovery", chose the right image file. Things were all right until I reached "Non-empty Destination Hard disk drive". There, I chose to remove the old partition, I clicked on "Next", and then, computer rebooted !! I made the same test several times, same behavior. In the bios, I tried several things, and as soon as hyperthreading's been deactivated, things worked perfectly. I made another test on my core-duo laptop. I tried to restore the image to an external USB drive. I was able to reach the same step as described above, but when I clicked on "next", a "Runtime error" message was shown, and TI died badly. (see picture) Unfortunately, here, I wasn't able to deactivate a core-duo unit... Any idea about this strange behavior ? Thanks.