I'm attempting to restore the winclone image i created before i clean-installed Lion. My original troubles came with winclone itself. I eventually found a plist hack that worked (i subsequently found out that someone had updated winclone with Lion support-- look for version 2.3). After getting winclone to actually start, i received an error saying NTFSprog was required...and boy was it fun looking for a version of that (I found source code and .tar files containing non self-running/installing thingy files, but couldn't for the life of me find a pre-compiled package that self-installed--i eventually did.). And now this brings me to the latest problem. Using the boot camp assistant i created a partition, and then chose the "Install Later" option when asked for the windows disk. I popped open winclone, started restoring the Winclone image (the image was 15 gigs -- my hard drive originally had 14 gigs of used space, and 51 free, so the partition that i backed up was 65 gigs). I started getting errors that my image was to large for the boot camp partition, so i erased the boot camp partition, added another few gigabytes, and the image FINALLY started to install. It made it about 95% of the way through before it pinged me and told me that there were errors...and that i should check the log file....the only problem is, I CANT FIND THE FREAKIN LOG FILES!!!! I'm about to start breaking noses. Gimme a hand please. (I understand that this is a long post just to find out where the log files are, however--as a techie myself, and as someone who has been building windows pc's and fixing them for 10+ years, i understand that it's MUCH MUCH better having too much info than too little. Also, if anyone is aware of, has a fix for, or is currently having the same problem as me, this conversation could develop a basis for a solution.