Hey guys, I had a screen break on my Surface Pro and got a replacement today. Before I went to the windows store I did a system image and it went flawlessly. I was very excited that this would be a seamless process that wouldn't involve hours of reloading software and tools. However, now that I have the new one and the old one is probably on it's way to a MS dumpster, I'm trying to push my image back on and not having a very good time. I figured out how to boot to the CDROM with my Recovery DVD and also how to disable the Secureboot and whatever that other one is in the UEFI menu. (That is the way it is now). I got to the point where it asks me for my image, installed my USB Network driver and can see the image. Then when I click next, it says "Windows cannot restore a system image to a computer that has different firmware. The system image was created on a computer using BIOS and this computer is using EFI. " How can that be? It was created from my old surface pro. Is there any way to get this done? Please tell me there is.