A year or so ago my company bought another company, and they absolutely sucked at maintaining their equipment. Of the ten or so highly-customized workstations we got from them, only one survives. Or rather, survived. That last remaining workstation just had a total failure of its RAID controller. I can replace the controller, but the data on the RAID is gone. There is a glimmer of hope: a couple of months ago I had the foresight to create an MSBackup file containing the entire contents of the RAID. The only problem is, the workstation ran on Windows 2000, and Win2000 doesn't have the same easy Automated System Recovery setup that WinXP has. I have no ASR disk, and even if I did have one, the Win2000 install CD doesn't allow me to tell it to rebuild using an ASR disk. I really need to know how I can take a complete MSBackup file and restore it to the repaired RAID (partitioning and whatnot isn't the issue, restoring the data is the issue), because I've never successfully restored from a Win2000 MSBackup file before. I've tried reinstalling Win2000 and restoring the backup from within Win2000, but this causes Win2000 to go berserk because protected system files are being replaced. The fresh install of Win2000 never boots again, every single time I've tried it. How do I do this properly?