Hello All, My experience with Acronis TrueImage is limited to one day only. I've purchased and installed Acronis TrueImage 9.0 Home yesterday. The full and incremental backup went fine. Also, I've created the "Acronis Bootable Rescue Disk." My problems started when I've tried to restore a folder (C:\data\aim) into a new location (D:\data) using the bootable rescue disk. Note: The folder "C:\data\aim" contains five files with total size of 4.77KB. However, while Acronis was restoring these five files, I've realized that Acronis recognizes each of my logical drives as two. My two logical drives are SATA RAID-1. Acronis did not recognize the SATA RAID-1 configuration! -- I've pressed CANCEL within the Acronis application. Once, I was back to Windows, it seemed like Acronis did not get a chance to restore the folder "C:\data\aim" into "D:\data\aim" However, I did find the folder "D:\data\Drive (C)\Documents and Settings\<my_windows_user_id>\..." Needless to say, I've failed to delete this folder and any of its file. The delete request had failed with the message, that the file so and so is “corrupted and unreadable.” Searched this forum and found the topic with a similar issue: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=145505&highlight=corrupted+unreadable Backup up my drive "D:" and reformatted it back with NTFS. I've a few questions: 1. Does TrueImage support SATA RAID-1? 2. Is there an Acronis tool that repairs NTFS? 3. Did anyone experience the similar problems recently? Thank you, Al.