My configuration: Windows XP Home Edition Drive 1: C:\ Drive 2: D:\ + Acronis secure zone My secure zone had 1 full backup + 7 incremental backups I tried to do an incremental backup of my C:\ drive into the Acronis secure zone and 3/4 the way through it failed complaining that the secure zone was too small. I then tried to resize my acronis secure zone using the "Manage secure zone" button to increase it from 15GB to 20GB. The moment I tried this, my CPU went to 100%. I waited 2h in hopes it would complete, but it was stuck and i was forced to log off the user to gain control of my machine back. (Noramally resizing of parititions should be almost instant) This resulted in the system killing the secure zone process before it was finished. The result is that while I can read my D:\ drive, the moment i try to write anything to it, my system reboots. If i try to use "Manage secure zone" it does not let me increase or decrease paritition sizes. Window's DiskAdministrator seems to still recognize the partition sizes. In short, the paritition table must have been corrupted. Does anyone know how to fix this? Why did TrueImage corrupt the table in the first place? Thanks, Ignac Vucko.