I recently was asked to uninstall a copy of True Image 9 from a new HP Vista machine, which after I reviewed the Acronis compatibility page discovered probably should never have been installed in the first place. I attempted to remove True Image 9, but as soon as I restarted the computer to complete the removal, I recieved a BSOD error and had to restore to a system recovery point. Mildly frustrated with this since I have tried several different approaches to this. I have purchased 10 and tried to do a repair/remove through it's application and just use 10. Alas, BSOD every time I restart. And after running the machine through many different memory checks and stability checks, I'm fairly confident the problem lies in the True Image 9 programing and it taking some vital component from the Vista boot that it placed there. Any ideas? Or similar problems? A full system recovery would certainly remove 9, but the labor that went into it's current configuration almost makes it not worth it. Thanks in advance for your thoughts.