Not sure if this is in the correct forum. The moderators can move it if they feel it's needed. Here is what happened to our computer when we used True Image 9.0 yesterday. We were looking for an important file that we had placed on our desktop several weeks ago. We could not locate it anywhere, so we used True Image and opened up a backup of our C drive in another partition. Apparently, this did something to our MBR, but we didn’t know that at the time. Later, after we rebooted, the computer could not find Windows and all we saw was a flashing cursor in the upper left hand corner of the screen, similar to what you see in DOS. We used our boot disk and started True Image up, and selected Disk Director 10.0 to see if we could find out why Windows wouldn’t start. The partition seemed fine so we installed a new copy of Windows in a new partition and after Windows was back up and running we looked in our C partition to see if we could find an obvious reason why Windows wouldn’t boot up. Well what we found was that our Windows XP Pro directory was completely EMPTY Other folders in C were not touched. Now here is our question; What should we do? We have the following programs at our disposal: True Image 9.0 Disk Director 10.0 Should we first use Disk Director to find the lost Windows folder, and then fix the MBR somehow? If so, please instruct us on how best to use Disk Director to find Windows, and what to do afterwards. Thank you.