Every time I create an image with ATI 8 (826) and even with ATI 8.0 (889), an ICON named "Current Operation" shows up on the Tasks Area of the ATI Main window for no reason because I have never scheduled any tasks NOR I use any "Secure Zone" NOR I do any "incremental Backups". I just create a weekly Full Image to an External USB 2.0 HD. I don't know why these "Current Operation" Icons are showing up (they show up after I create an Image, I have not checked yet if they show up also after restoring an image). This is another problem I am having apart from my other problem (REF: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?p=505923#post505923 ) which ATI 8 (regardless of Build) takes 4 hours to restore a 6.7 GB size Image. Maybe these "Current operation" icons that are showing up on the Task Area after every Image is created (or restored) are hindering the restoration process. I need to know if someone is having the same problem and I need instructions on how to FIX it (or adjust the settings properly) so there will be no more "Current Operations" shown on Task area after the operation is done and finished. I am sending and attachment with a snapshot of the ATI main window and on the left lower panel you can see the details of the "Current Operation" about a Backup of an Image from June 26, 2005 where it says "Last started June 26, 4:45:06 PM".... That operation was done and finished the same day (or the restoration in case it refers to a restoration process) so there is NO logical reason for that ICON to be sitting there.