Hi, I use TrueImage 11.0 (build 8053) from the recovery CD that TrueImage created. I have a dual boot system on two 32GB primary partitions (C & D – depending on which OS is booted). The first partition contains Windows XP Pro (32-bit) and the second partition Windows Vista Home Premium (64-bit). There are a few other extended partitions after that. I've been making regular full backups of both systems and saving the files to another partition. The backup files have always verified successfully. I have recovered my WinXP system without trouble. Recently I needed to recover my Vista system for the first time (both the partition and the MBR), but I can’t get Vista to boot correctly from any of the backups I’ve made. Before Vista launches to the desktop it brings up a "Preparing Your Desktop" message. Then I get a Rundll32.exe error. Eventually it launches to the desktop but says that my User Profile failed to load correctly. The installation seems totally screwed! I can still boot into my WinXP installation okay. I've scanned for boot problems using the Vista Startup disc and have also run chkdsk from the startup disc (before running Vista) to test the recovered partition and it reports all is okay. This is not good. When I use partition imaging software that verifies the backup is okay and I recover that partition, I expect it to work exactly as it did. I don't expect it to start jumping through hoops and throwing a wobbly! I'm not impressed.