I just upgraded to TI10 Home due to the need to support a new Vista machine, an HP9233cl notebook with approximately 40g of used drive space that needs backing up. I performed the install, applied the TI drivers patch, created a backup location on a network share on my server, created a backup task which specifies a differential backup to that location. I started this task manually to get the full backup part of the task done while I have some downtime. I've started this task no fewer than a half-dozen times now, due to the fact that TI is telling me after a full hour at least of just sitting there that the imaging task is going to take a FULL DAY plus 16 HOURS! I've looked in the log for each of the started and cancelled tasks, and each one has a warning that the task's priority has been changed to low. On checking the Vista Task Manager, that doesn't appear to be the case, so TI is doing this internally. What does this warning mean? Is this change in priority what's slowing things down? Puh-leeeeeeeeeeeze! 1 day and 16 hours to back up a mere 40g??