Since I got an opinion on this forum that it may be many months before the next build of ATI is released, and I have had a series of problems with ATI 11, I have decided to try a different backup system. My current plan is to use Shadow Protect Desktop 3.1 for image backups and Second Copy 7 for individual folder backups to a separate external drive. Several forum discussions on the Shadow Protect forum have said that Shadow Protect will not run right if ATI is still installed or present at all on the HD. I searched this forum for "uninstall ATI 11" and got hundreds of hits. One thread stated that the 16 step uninstall procedure outlined by Acronis Support does not completely remove all remnants of ATI 11. Deleting lines in the registry did not seem to eliminate them all, somehow they recurred. I don't have a lot of time to mess around with this, is it possible to uninstall ATI 11 completely? If so, is it possible to do it in a short amount of time without a lot of steps? I have a Dell Optiplex 755 running Windows XP Pro SP2 with all updates. Thanks.