I spent the better part of the day installing Win XP and all of my apps on my work computer and had it configured just the way I wanted... 10 GB C:\WinXP 25 GB D:\My Documents 5 GB Secure zone I rebooted my system and hit F11 to boot into TI 188.8.131.529 to make an image of my C:\ drive in the secure zone. Well the image was made fine in around 25 minutes... It did take a long time, but it is an older computer. After creating the image, I ran Image Check and the image was fine. So I next went to restore the image back to my C:\ drive and when I first selected restore I saw Snap Restore. I totally had no idea about this feature and was intrigued. So I selected it and hit next. Then I got to “choose a location to restore to” and all I saw as 35 GB unallocated and the secure zone. Befuddled, I canceled that and then went back and attempted to do a regular restore. Again all I saw was unallocated space and the secure zone. I am not sure if trying to use the snap restore erased the original 2 partitions, or if it was done during the original image creation process. It really is not a big deal as long as I do still have the image in the secure zone and don't have to start all over again. I am running Disk Director to remake the 2 original partitions so I can restore to C:\ and not have my drive letters all screwed up. Well I found out that is Snap Restore that is erasing the other partitions. I made the partitions and then rebooted hitting F11 to start TI and I saw my new partitions in the folder tree on the left... So that was fine. Then I selected restore and again opted to try the snap restore. Well it didn't work again... I then tried to do a regular restore, but my newly made partitions were gone yet once again. Has anyone gotten snap restore to work? I am thankful that this was a new install on my work PC and not my personal PC. My personal PC has several partitions on the main drive for my document, music, digital picture, movies, and my various projects. If I had lost them, I would have flipped out. Most of my stuff is backed up, except stuff from the last month or so. I was finally satisfied with build 2289 and thought the bugs were gone. Guess I was wrong. This was the first real application I have done with this build and it FAILED... SHOCKER! So if you plan on using it on your system, A WORD OF CAUTION... Back up everything first or you will be sorry! Well I'm going to try this again... I'll report back with my findings.