Greetings. I have installed Acronis True Image Server 9, and am having some issues. First let me say that my company has installed it on probably a dozen or so servers running SBS and this is our first potential problem. The installation went a little weird. The computer became unresponsive shortly after I was given a dialog telling me that the driver being installed was not properly signed. After rebooting, the 'Found New Hardware' wizard appeared for the Acronis True Backup Image Browser or something similar. After a google search led me to this: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=91863 I went on another machine with Acronis installed, and copied over the necessary file. Note that I needed to copy timntr.sys (and rename it to timntr_2k.sys) as well as tifsfilt.sys. After this, Windows told me it required a reboot. I complied. When the machine finally rebooted, I ran Acronis. It started up normally, though I noticed in the bottom left corner of the screen it said 'Analyzing partitions' and the progress bar was going nowhere. I clicked on the Create a Backup wizard, and when I got to the 'Select Backup Type' screen, a smaller pop-up window appeared saying 'Analyzing partition C:...', and the machine once again became unresponsive. After a few minutes of letting it sit, the progress bar went to about 20%. It's been about ten minutes since that has happened. The clock face animation is still moving, at what appears to be a normal speed. It should be noted that the C: drive is an 80Gb IDE RAID-1 array. I would greatly appreciate some support on this matter. I would much prefer to fix this issue than to shop for another backup suite. I can provide whatever further information is necessary.