I recently installed Acronis True Image Home v10. I created an image and saved it on another drive. I have not tried to use it -- but when I search the other drive for files, my search attempts to look inside the image. At that point, I receive popup messages saying that a PASSWORD is needed to view inside the True Image. I did not assign a PASSWORD to the True Image when I created it. I do not want my True Images to be password protected. 1. How can I find out if the image truly is password protected (without installing it?)? 2. How can I configure True Image to NOT use passwords? NEXT QUESTION: I've just reinstalled XP Home. I then installed Acronis True Image Home v10. I see in my MSCONFIG startup list three Acronis entries: Acronis Scheduler Accronis TimeounterMonitor TrueImageMonitor I create backups and images manually. Do I need to have these services running at startup? Is it safe for me to turn them off? Thank you. Lady Dungeness Crabby, but Great Legs! Thank you.