Maybe someone can help. Every time I make a full backup (image) of my “C” drive, I get the message, upon verification, that the image is corrupt. I have two physically separate internal drives: 1) Drive C which is 150gb (two 75gb raid 0 drives at 10,000 rpm) and 2) Drive D is a 250gb drive at 7500 rpm. Both are SCSI drives. I have one other hard drive (K) which is a USB external Western Digital 320gb drive. (Drive E is a DVD r/w, drive F is a CD r/w, and drives G through J are card readers.) I have tried to make a full backup of the C drive several times. These backups were written to the Acronis Protected Partition on the D drive and a separate partition on the K drive (which became the new “L” drive). Each and every time the image is verified as corrupt. I’m using Acronis True Image Home 9.0, build 3677. Total physical memory is 2gb. Computer is a Voodoo F:2, running Windows XP Professional. The computer is “over clocked” to the manufacture’s (Voodoo) recommendation. The total size of the final image is about 34gb and the total size being backed up is about 45gb. I also tried to make an image backup with compression “off”. I still received the error that the image is CORRUPT. I’ve also checked the memory and the memory is fine with no errors or problems. After my disk crash (I tried uninstalling the new beta Windows Explorer 7, build 2 to install build 3 and it caused all sorts of problems), I tried restoring with Acronis True Image. It would not restore as the images were corrupt. Luckily I had another backup made with Norton’s Ghost which restored the hard drive. Anyone know what the problem can be? Is it possible that Acronis True Image Backup cannot be run on the newer computers with Raid configurations, fast hard drives, over clocking, and large memory? The log file is attached.