To Whom it may Concern - First of all, please accept my apologies if I have not conformed to the rules and regulations of this forum. I'm new to forum postings. Nevertheless, I'm having serious problems restoring files and folders from a validated TI 10 Full C drive Backup Image. I've read through the user guide on creating a full disk image and restoring partitions or file/folders from a disk image. But I must be doing something wrong and, therefore, am in need of help. I just recently reinstalled Windows XP Pro on my Dell Precision M70 workstation laptop and wanted to restore some files from the previous disk images I had made. I had made several full backup images of my C drive to an external hard drive(My Book - 320 gig) before the XP reinstallation. Every disk image backup was successfully validated. I use Recovery Wizard to restore files and folder's from a disk image and follow all the instructions to restore a single folder with one excel file to my new My Documents and Settings folder. During the Recovery Wizard setup, I perform the following: 1. Select the last Hard Drive Backup Image Archive where I'm restoring data from. I select the last Image Archive from my external hard drive. 2. Restoration Type Selection - Restore Specified Files and Folders. 3. Restore Destination Selection - Restore to a New Place. 4. I make sure to only check the one folder and file from my image archive to restore. 5. I use the default restore options and overwrite existing file. 6. I click proceed and the after a few minutes, I get a message saying the operation completed successfully. However, when I look into Explorer for my restored file, I see that a new folder created under "My Documents" on my laptop with my hard drive letter "Drive(C)" as the folder name with subsequent sub folders names "Documents and Setting" and "Mark Bennett" respectively. The excel file is no where to be found on my computer and I'm unable to delete these new folders. I've attached a screenshot of the what was restored to my hard drive. All I wanted to do was restore a Folder Name Finance with two files in it named Budget1.xls and Budget2.xls. Instead the following was restored to my hard drive under Documents C:\Documents and Settings\msbennettadmin\My Documents: Drive(C)\Documents and Settings\Mark Bennett The Mark Bennett folder is inaccessible and I cannot delete it. I hope I have given enough information for someone to inform what I did wrong and what steps need to be done to actually restore a folder and file from a Hard Drive Disk Image Backup Archive. I was thinking about restoring my computer back to it's previous state using the last Disk Image Backup I created. However, I'm very nervous abut this, since I cannot even restore a single file. I will provide any additional information that's need to assist me with this. Thank you in advance for your assistance.