Hi all, I have recently purchased Acronis True Image 11 so I can backup various partitions and data on my new PC but I can't get it to work. Now I regret not taking advantage of the 'Trial Period' before I bought ... I just assumed it would do what it advertises! Each time I manually run the backup process the validation step comes back with an error 'E00070020 The archive is corrupt'. I have had a bit of a scout around (via Google and this forum) and there seems to be an outstanding problem with ATI. Some refer to hardware issues, some are adamant that it is a software bug. I am attempting to backup my primary system partition so I can store a baseline Vista image. I have attempted to save it in both the Secure Area and in a regular Backup location, both of which reside on a separate hard drive to the regular 'operational' drives (which run in RAID0). Backups to both destinations fail, and to date I still have not been able to get a backup to work successfully. The details of my configuration are: - Windows Vista Home Premium (32bit) - Acronis TrueImage 11 Build 8.101 - 2 x 1TB Western Digital SATA HDDs (WD1001FALS) running in RAID0 - 1 x 1TB Western Digital SATA HDD (WD1001FALS) standalone (that I want to use for backups etc) - 4 Gb Corsair Dominator PC-8500 DDR2 RAM - ASUS Rampage Formula Motherboard - Intel Q9450 Quad Core CPU I have sent Acronis support an email but thought you might be able to enlighten me on the intricacies of Acronis TrueImage 11 (as I am a first time user). Q: Is there a process of diagnosing / resolving E000670020 errors? Q: Has anyone had similar issues ... if so how was it resolved? Q: Are there other related issues that I need to navigate through being a first time user running under Vista? (I saw some messages about not being able to boot from the restored image)? I apologise if this has been covered all before ... but lack of sleep and information overload has kicked in from trying to resolve this. Any tips from the 'pros' would be greatly appreciated, otherwise I will have to go down another path for backup software. In the meantime I'll run 'memtest86' to see if it is memory related ... Thanks in advance, Tom.