When I chose to go ahead and restore my computer to a previous image I'd made, during the "reboot" phase - by this I mean when I've clicked "Yes" to the "Do you want to reboot" question and it goes to the limbo between machine startup and OS startup - something happens and the restore process is interrupted. I then get a "NTLDR is missing press CTRL ALT DEL to restart" and I absolutely cannot resume the restore. Not only that, but once the restore process has begun, I'm guessing it just wipes out everything you have in terms of harddrive OS partitions, making it impossible to do anything except insert the manufacturer's recovery disk, install the OS, re-install Acronis, and try to restore again? Am I not correct in assuming this? Is there any way in the world to resume an interrupted image restore? I've tried using the "Bootable Rescue Media" method but since there is no harddrive with an OS on it, there's nothing to restore my image to! This has happened once before. Extremely inconvenient. I'm hoping against hope that I'm just missing something. Edit: I haven't included my computer make/model nor my Acronis version because I did not think they were relevant and was trying very hard to keep this post as short as possible. I will include them if needed.