ATI Home 2009, build 9709, Vista Ultimate SP1, 32bit. I'm using a tray and two caddys to swap two hard drives when I do a restore. This morning I did a restore, using the Rescue Boot CD. My latest archive, Fullbackup (3, was made at 12:01:00 AM on Saturday, June 20, 2009. This is what was shown when I went to Tasks and Logs. It is also a scheduled task that starts at 12:01:00 AM, every day. I wanted to restore the above archive on the other hard disk. I started the Rescue Boot CD, and then selected Fullbackup (3 at the archive to be restored. When I looked down at the bottom of the screen it had the following information: Archive: Fullbackup (3 Last update: 6/19/09 7:01:09 PM Created: 6/19/09 7:01:09 PM Number of backups: 1 Description: Size: 27,754 MB Type: Disk backup All my Disk backups are scheduled to start at 12:01:00 and I haven't created any backup in any other manner. So why does the program change the date and the time that the Disk backup was made? Does this have something to do with using the Rescue Boot CD and Linux? This isn't the first time this has happened. Using Windows, I ran a practice restore, up through Summary, and it showed the correct time and date. Also, after the restore completed, I booted up the recovered Disk and found that two emails that were received on June 19, 2009 at 10:45 PM and 11:20 PM were not shown in my received emails. I leave all my emails on the server for 5 days. If Fullbackup (3 was performed at 12:01:00 AM on June 20, 2009, these emails should have been in the archive. I would appreciate anyone's input in relation to this occurence. If I could get around all of these little quirks, this would be a pretty good program. Every place you see one of those funny faces in the parentheses it should be an 8, in other words the archive number was 38.