I already had Ghost 10 installed. Yesrerday, I received the retail Acronis TI 9, but I did not install the version on the CD, instead, I downloaded and installed the latest version from the Acronis web site. Next, using, TI, I ran a full backup of all 10 of the logical drives on the 3 hard drives. After the backup was completed, I asked TI to create plugins for 9 of the 10 drives. At some point during the process, Norton Ghost popped up a reddish warning from the system tray. I will state this in a bit. I then proceed to run the program at http://www.standards.com/index.html?GetFileTYpeDistribution on ALL the logical drives and plugins. Near the end of running that program, I clicked back on te TI window and saw a message informing me that the plugins had been created successfully. When I clicked on OK, I got a BSOD. When I rebooted, GHost asked if I wanted to view its log and that's where I got the more detailed message below. I started TI, created all the plugins, then clicked OK. THis time no blue screen. So I guess the blue screen was the result of GHost and/or the GetFileTypeDistribution programs being affected by whatever TI does in response to clicking OK in these circumstances. Note, I wonder if a similar problem would have occurred if I had created the plugins using Ghost, would TI have had the same problem?