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Your photo shows the dialog you get when you click the Browse button. If you’re having trouble with the Restore function, then it would have been a good idea to capture a screenshot of that dialog to show where you’re actually having a problem, not just a screenshot as “evidence” that your backup contains what you want. Speaking of screenshots, you can capture those in Rescue by clicking the camera icon in the taskbar, and they will be much more legible than an off-angle camera photo.
Anyhow, if your issue is that the Restore dialog isn’t showing the physical disk that contains your Windows partition, but does show the disk that contains your Data partition, then first of all it sounds like you have a backup that contains multiple source DISKS, not just multiple PARTITIONS as you said. In that case, the first question is whether you can’t see the Windows disk for selection as the SOURCE for restore or whether it’s not available for selection as a TARGET. For the former, since the backup clearly contains a Windows partition backup, simply select “Change source disk” in the upper-right corner of the Restore wizard. For the latter, if your Windows disk isn’t visible as a target, your Rescue environment is probably missing required drivers, which will take more effort to resolve.
Either way, if you feel that you are often “screwed over” is it possible that it’s simply because you don’t know how to use the application correctly and/or never tested the Rescue Media functionality? If so, Macrium has a Reflect User Guide that’s worth consulting, which you can access it from the Help menu. And testing is important.