I can not make an incremental backup - it says: "You've Already Created An Increment To A Specified Archive. The Program Enables To Create An Increment Only To The Latest Archive In A Backup Chain. Please Choose The Latest Increment To Accomplish The Operation." But I did not create an increment - how can I delete the record that points I created an incremental archive? But ... It allows me to create an "Incremental File Backup" . Would this create any problem when I restore to a formatted Partition. And - in an external drive, when I try to backup with an incremental, it says: "The wizard did not find any objects that can be used to make a differential backup" I learnt that this is because I repartitioned the drive. But is there any way to make incremental backup with a repartitioned drive? It is not so good to have some limitation although it might have some technical reasons. Why would I limit myself to a partition structure? What if I have a larger HDD and resize my partitions to a larger size?