Hello. I have tried to install Paragon Backup & Recovery 2014 Free on two different machines, both the 32- and 64-bit versions, and both installations have failed in two ways (the same two ways). I am using the installation files provided by Download.com, which were pointed to by the links on http://www.paragon-software.com/home/br-free/index.html. First, when the installation extracts the .msi, it creates a file named BR2014_Free_ea_x32.msi, but then tries to install br_free.msi, as can be seen in this screen shot fragment: http://i60.tinypic.com/2hd6v4p.jpg I tried to work-around this error by leaving the .msi file in place and renaming it to br_free.msi. This appeared to work when the installation procedure was run a second time: http://i57.tinypic.com/30ucs4z.jpg And the procedure completed without error: http://i58.tinypic.com/727el5.jpg However, the new version of Paragon Backup and Recovery is no-where to be found: http://i60.tinypic.com/ortnhu.jpg I searched the entire C: and D: drives and the program has not been installed. I repeated the installation with the 32-bit release on two systems and the 64-bit release on one system and all three installations failed in the same ways. I also tried to Right-click | Install the file named BR2014_Free_ea_x32.msi directly. On the 32-bit system, it presented me with the Modify/Repair/Remove dialog box: http://i62.tinypic.com/mwr3vk.jpg which indicates to me that the installation procedure believed that at least some parts of the program had been installed. Selecting either Modify or Repair and Next caused the installation process to complete without error, but the installed program still cannot be found. I don't see any other reports of users having these difficulties. I am a reasonably adept PC user (retired after 29 years with Digital/Compaq/HP), but I'm willing to admit a mistake when I make one (them). The problem with the mis-named .msi can be easily reproduced, but someone must have been able to install the 2014 version of Backup & Recovery. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks and regards, -stephen Myrtle Beach SC (Please note that the .JPG images included inline appear in the text in the online editor I am using to create this forum entry, but they are shown only as the URL in the preview of the actual post. Every other forum I use which allows inline images also displays them in the post. Sorry for the inconvenience).