Hello, I've spent yesterday downloading trial versions and trying to get this to work without any luck, so figured I should ask. I have a laptop with no CD/DVD/Floppy drives on it and I want to make a disk image of the drive not only in case of failure, but also because it's sometimes nice to go back to a clean install. I've done this part, but it;s the restore that is a problem. The BIOS will only let me boot from the internal HDD or over a PXE link. Therefore what I need is a way to restore a disk image once the laptop boots over the PXE connection. I'm totally unfamiliar with Linux, but here is where I'm at: I made a disk image using TI 11 Home (build 8,053) and placed the tib file on a second PC (call it Computer2). No problem there. I created a recovery ISO and also put that on Computer2 I ran TFTP32 on Computer2 and managed to boot the laptop using the Acronis recovery ISO on Computer2 My problem is that once it has booted, the laptop can not see the network connection to Computer2 (the same cable I booted using PXE) and hence I can not restore the disk image. Perhaps this is not the way to do it? Can anyone help? I don't want to store an image of my Laptop on the laptop HDD since if the HDD fails I will have nothing. I don't actually wish to restore the image at the moment, I'm testing this to know which product to buy. I then tried the Workstation version, but it seems to require XP Pro (I have home version) as it gave me an "Unsupported Platform" error on install. What I have: - Laptop with BIOS option for PXE boot or internal HDD - Second PC with network connection running Windows XP (Home Version) What I want to do: - Image the Laptop HDD (no problem to do this on the Laptop then move the image to the second computer) - When the time comes to restore the image I need the Laptop to PXE boot from the second PC then restore the image over the same network cable from the second PC to the Laptop. I'm really quite short on time with this since I have only the trial period to get this running. Once I'm confident I can do this I intend to buy the products required. Thanks.