I bought True Image yesterday and have experienced 3 Windows XP Blue Screens since them. So far no successful operations completed yet. This is my extremely reliable GOLD system and I've never seen a blue screen on it. My hard disks are getting old so I wanted to image and replace them. In the first operation I did a complete backup (with verify) to DVD of MyDocuments. The size spanned two disks. When the first volume was full it prompted for the second and started that operation. When that data was complete (I think) it prompted for the first volume. When the first volume was inserted it didn't accept it, when the second volume was reinserted it didn't accept it. Neither volume was accepted and I finally had to cancel. I looked at the files on both disks and they were there and appeared to be the correct size. I then tried to mount the volume and inserted Volume 1. It told me to insert the last volume and when I inserted Volume 2 it blue screened. (UDFS.SYS). I then did a full backup again (without verify, accept default options) and it successfully completed both disks. I did a verify of the backup, it successfully completed. I then tried to restore 1 small directory to a new location on Drive D:. I inserted Volume 2, it apparently located the files promted to insert Volume 1. It operated for a few seconds and blue screened, (UDFS.SYS). I tried it again. It blue screened again. I did the same operation with the cheezy free backup that came with the DVD, it worked. I've created 50+ DVD's with EZ-CD Creator on this system, never a problem. ANY IDEAS?