I'm used to using Drive Image Pro. I was easily able to CLONE partitions selectively, so I can copy *some* partitions from my main drive to a smaller backup drive. I tried this with the Boot CD, not the Windows version. I prefer not booting up in windows with a backup drive attached, as it created drive letter problems with my partitions. Am I not able to do this in TI. I'm getting a message saying it doesnt like the fact that the destination drive is SMALLER, and that ends the process. This is when the Manual partition size option is chosen . I was expecting to get to a screen that allowed the same selectivity as Drive Image Pro, but no joy. is this a limitation of TI or is there something I can do. Problem #2. Within windows, I have no problem accessing my computers on the peer to peer Network, via a Linksys (hardwired) router. One is Win 2000, the other XP. Using the Boot CD, I cannot see the XP computer from 2000, either in the Network Browser, or using the full UNC using the XP's ip address and shared folder name. This may not be a TI problem, as I've had this issue with other apps. Don't know why the network would operated perfectly under Windows 2000>XP, but not under your Boot environment . Not being able to access the network using the boot CD, makes backing up under Windows rather pointless, as I'd never be able to restore in the event of a crash. Any help here would be appreciated.