Today, I exported Snapshot-03 in pieces of 650mb (=665600kb) to Snapshot-03ES and FDISR created 5 files 1. Snapshot-03ES.arx = 665,600kb 2. Snapshot-03ES.001 = 665,600kb 3. Snapshot-03ES.002 = 665,600kb 4. Snapshot-03ES.003 = 665,600kb 5. Snapshot-03ES.004 = 210,750kb -------------------------------- Total............... 2,873,150kb, which seems to be correct in size. I assume that all these files need to be burn on CD's? I didn't burn them on CD's, that must be a very time-consuming job. Pffft But I imported the file Snapshot-03ES.arx back into a new Snapshot-04 and after rebooting, Snapshot-04 seems to be OK and complete. The file Snapshot-03ES.arx seems to be the leader during the import and is probably the first CD in your CD/DVD-drive and then probably Snapshot-03ES.001, .002, .003 and .004. I didn't really test this, but it's logical that it has to be done this way. I also did it without splitting and that results in ONE file Snapshot03ES.arx Since the extension .arx is the same as for "Archived Snapshot", you can use the import function also for "Archived Snapshots", which I've tested also with no problems whatsoever. Exported Snapshots (.arx) however don't appear together with "Archived Snapshot" in the main menu of FDISR. Personally, I will never use this, but I guess it will work for users, that love CD's as a backup medium.