I emailed support the following and also want to bring it to this forum: "I am trying to do a backup of a disk which has 240GB of data. I split the files to 1492MB so I can place 3 files on a DVD using Nero V6.6. First I create the image on an empty hard drive. It creates 160 files, each 1.45GB in size. When I connect the image files to explore them, everything looks OK. I can see all the directories and files. However, when I try to open the files and use them, they are corrupted. I have tried to access .jpg, .pdf, .mp3 and .dvx (Divx). Text files are OK. I have tried using no compression and normal compression with identical results. At work, I have W2K. I tried a backup there (about 12GB total) using a single image file and also splitting it at 1492MB. At work, the mounted image file, in either case, was fully accessible with no signs of corruption (IE, .jpg images were OK, .pdf files opened fine, .mp3 files played) At this point, I believe that True Image may have problems with such a huge data disk (240GB). Either that, or my installation of WinXP Pro is corrupt in some way. I have backed up my system (C drive) at home and restored from it twice without any incidents. It is about 1.8GB in size and is located in 1 file, but I am unable to backup the massive data disk. Any ideas?" No point in putting on DVD+RW when it can't use the image on the HD. My source data drive is PATA (300GB) and the destination image file(s) is(are) on a SATA drive (400GB), both Seagate and almost new, FWIW.