Acronis True Image Rescue Disk In Lieu Of Bart PE Disk?

I'd like to use TrueCrypt, but I am unable to make a Bart PE rescue
disk. Too many errors and too complicated. I hardly understand the

Somewhere I heard that the Acronis Rescue Disk would suffice in the
event something went south with my system on an encrypted TrueCrypt
disk. Is this correct?

I'm using XP Pro with SP3, which is totally up to date with MS updates.

I certainly don't want to risk encrypting my drive without a rescue disk.

Any TrueCrypt users in here who might know the answer?

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