By disabling WPA-PSK in the router, adding the IntelPro Wireless 2200G drivers to C:\Drivers in my laptop, and booting to VistaPE, my laptop can then see the other computers on my home network. So I thought I'd test its ability to wirelessly create and restore from an ATI image archive on one of the other machines. The creation operation looked for all the world as if it was going to work, but then suddenly failed with a 'Not enough memory' error. No harm was done, so I connected the laptop to the router by Ethernet and created the image on another networked PC that way. So then I wondered whether it could do the restore wirelessly, but after again looking as if it was working once again it failed with the same error. However before failing it had cleared the target partition, leaving me with no OS at all. I believe VistaPE runs in RAM, and clearly it needs more than the 512MB my laptop has. But there is a problem with it not checking that it is capable of performing a restore before wiping clean the target partition. I was able to recover using Ethernet, so it isn't too serious a bug, but should be attended to I think.