OS : XP Pro SP2 TI9 : Build 3633 Disks : SATA - No RAID I wanted to simulate how quickly I could get "up-and-running" in the event of a catastrophic system disk failure (mechanical or electrical) so I did the following:- 1. Cleaned up and defraged the System partition (1st partition on 1st disk) 2. Shutdown 3. Rebooted using TI boot disk 4. Imaged the System partition to another partition 5. Verified image 6. Restored image to another disk (1st partition on 2nd disk) 7. Exited TI Linux kernel 8. Shutdown 9. Removed power and data from 1st disk 10. Rebooted into Windows which is the Restored image on Disk 2 Windows starts OK and Login proceeds normally. Everything looks like it has worked and that the system is up-and-running. Then Windows starts complaining. Error Message boxes start popping up. I cannot detect any noticeable difference in the OS or Applications, but it seems that Windows can. For example, a message will popup saying that svchost.exe has encounted a problem and needs to close. If I check Task Manager > Processes I can see that a number of instances of svchost.exe seem to be happily working away - very much as normal. A so it goes on. Message after message, usually different, sometimes the same or similar. So Windows is unhappy but I am scratching my head as to why and more importantly what the solution is. Any thoughts?