I have HDM 2009 and now HDM 2011 installed on my PC, I have both scheduled to perform backups on different days. This however is chewing up my 1TB external space, so I thought I would add both Incremental & Differential Backups, as I already have a complete backup (several actually) I opened HDM 2011 and went to the folder I had created for HDM 2011 backups, followed the Wizard, and not one file I clicked on gave me the option to press the "next" button. (Incremental). So I went to the backups made with 2009, same problem bar 1 folder that allowed me to schedule an incremental backup. I then tried a differential backup, same problem not one folder would allow me to continue to the "next" button. In all of the backups made with HDM 2009 I was just was not given the choice, however with the backups I have been making with HDM 2011 I received this message :- improper type of base archive. Now I will be honest I don't know whether or not to do an incremental or differential backup. If I can get either to work. Then comes the dumb question of what impact will either of these two backups have over a complete backup. So far I have played it safe and only done full backups (which haven't let me down when needed). I have 1 external 1TB hard drive dedicated just for my backups, and it is filling fast, I have deleted a number of them in order to make room for the later backups. Call me stupid, but I would rather keep as many backups as possible, for that "just in case" scenario. Ok I found 1 file in 2009 and one in 2011 full backups, set it up to do a scheduled incremental and differential backup. Now being a woman I have changed my mind and want to stick with a full backup. How do I cancel these two backups I have created?