Hi all. I've spent the last couple of hours searching the forum but couldn't find anyone with a similar problem. I am having great difficulty attempting to use a True Image Home 10 (Build 4940) Recovery CD to restore a copy of Vista stored on a Toshiba notebook. Here is a rundown of the procedure I used: Booted using the Recovery Disk (Full mode, not safe mode) Performed a full backup of the Vista partition to a network drive (which worked fine) Trashed the now backed up partition using fdisk Booted using the Recovery Disk (Full mode once again) Followed all the prompts for recovering the partition The recovery procedure is followed up to the point where it asks for a destination for the backup to be restored to. It is at this point where I cannot select the now unallocated space to restore my backup (some 20GB worth of Vista install). The unallocated space option is greyed out. I have tried variations of this by using fdisk to create a partition but again, when asked for a destination for restoring the backup, the option for the new (empty) partition is greyed out. The reported size of the backup matches the size of the empty partition so I am confused as to why it cannot be restored. Any thoughts?