Just downloaded True Image 9.0 today, so I could begin writing images directly to DVD. (I have been using v. 8.0 until now.) I ran a full backup of my 20GB laptop hard drive, which took about 20 minutes. At completion, True Image said something like "Image Created Successfully," and ejected the DVD from the drive. I wanted to run a Verify right away, so I plunked the disc back in and requested a verify. True Image could not find any file on the disc/drive. The Backup Archive Validation Wizard sees the disc as "Acronis Media Disc (J - Compact Disc - Free Space: 0 bytes - Total Size 4.38GB." It lists no filenames. So I looked at the disc in Windows Explorer, and it lists the drive as "Acronis Media (J," but it lists no files on the disc. So the disc seems to have gotten a volume name, but nothing else identifiable by Windows, or by True Image. Now, I know I gave the image a filename while setting up the imaging run, but I don't seem to have created a recognizable file. While the imaging process was proceeding, the drive was whirring and flashing away, as if it were really writing something. And True Image told me that the process was successfully completed. Yet I'm not sure whether I have an image, or at least how to access it/verify it. I am a newbie at burning directly to DVD. In the past, I have written images to my HD, then burned to DVD using Nero or whatever. I always saw filenames. Can anyone suggest how I may have gotten the result, and what I need to do differently? Thanks, in advance, for any suggestions.