Hey Throughout the course of today, I was working on re-installing OS X. There were so many software updates, and little apps that I had installed, relied on and forgotten about that I decided once I'd booted into a fresh install of OS X that I wanted to go back. That's fine, I have a Disk Image of my MacBook Pro's hard drive which I made with disk utility just before beginning the fresh OS X install. However, when I boot from the OS X disk and open Disk Utility, I can select the disk image for restoring, but I CANNOT select a destination drive to restore onto. It just says 'drag a disk here to restore onto', but where do I drag the disk from? I can't pick up any of the drives on the left, it just highlights them. Anybody got any ideas? Or know how I could restore the disk image onto my hard drive by another means? I'll have a play with Live CDs of Linux Distros to see if I can get them to do what I want, but in the meantime, any suggestions would be INCREDIBLY helpful! I'm without a Mac!!