I've fully uninstalled FD PC Rescue twice, and always using its own utility from the startup menu. Everything proceeded apparently without any problems except that it leaves behind a huge folder which contains the rescue snapshot (in my case 23 GB). Trying to delete this folder proved impossible as during the procedure several alerts popped up advising "You need permission to perform this action" (see attachment). I googled for a solution, but the solutions suggested didn't work for me. Now, I'm running Vista with full admin rights, and I'm furious about the fact that either Vista is too safe or FD PC Rescue leaves behind something that can't be deleted (probably to protect from malware). I had to restore an image in both situations to get rid of that folder. Anybody has experienced this problem? The uninstaller should be able to fully uninstall, shouldn't it? Am I doing something wrong? Restoring an image is not the end of the world, but why is this happening? Thanks in advance for any help.