I have a full image: C_System.tib and two incrementals: C_System2.tib C_System3.tib The other day my computer got hijacked by some crummy website and a bunch of crap was installed on my computer. My thought "This is a perfect time to try out my TI backups". So I used the last incremental (which happened to be the previous night) and re-imaged my system drive (via the bootable TI CD I had made). Perfect - my system was back up and running in about 15 minutes. That was two days ago. Today I wanted to make a new incremental. TI creates a C_System4.tib but its a full image. C_System1.tib : 9,258,818,560 bytes C_System2.tib : 497,184,768 bytes C_System3.tib : 626,855,936 bytes C_System4.tib : > 9,258,818,560 bytes (dont know the exact size - I deleted it) Why is this happening? My guess is that somehow when I re-imaged my drive it is significantly different than the previous images. But this does not make a whole lot of sense since I imaged from those images. Is this behavior normal? Is this what I can expect anytime I image (the inability to keep using my good images for base of incremental)? Please help.