I attempted to create a backup of my laptop using TI 9 Version 2323: I booted to the CD and selected Create Backup. At the very end of the procedure I received a dialog box saying something to the effect "Errors Encountered", with the only option to hit OK. I searched around for a log, or anything to let me know what the Errors were to no avail. I restarted and checked to see if I had a .tib file ... wasn't even there. Then I pulled out my trusty TI 8 Version 973. At about the same spot in the procedure, I received a message "Error reading Sector, Abort, Retry, ..." So, it turns out I had a bad sector; fine. At least Version 8 allowed me to ignore and continue on. I'm pleased that I now have a backup of the disk. I can browse the tib file, and get my data. Whatever was stored (if anything) in that sector is lost, but 99....% of my data is there. With TI 9, 0%. The ability to Abort, Retry, Ignore, and especially Ignore All when a bad sector is detected is very important for a backup program and should be added back into TI 9. It would be very NICE to see a log, detailing which sectors were bad.