Hi Everyone! I use Acronis True Image Home 9.0 to back up my hard drive onto an external USB drive. I have set up an automatic back up task to run a few times a week. The problem is that the task is set to back up to drive "G" which was the letter assigned to my external USB drive at the time I configured the task. I often unplug the external USB drive and plug in other storage mediums (flash drives, digital cameras and etc.) and sometimes when I plug my external USB drive back in, it gets assigned a letter other than "G". So, when my automatic back up runs, I get an error saying it can't find drive "G". I found a solution which seems to be working well, but I'm worried about whether I will be able to restore the entire disk image in case of an emergency with the work-around I implemented below since the back up drive is now mounted inside the C drive as "BACKUPDRIVE" and I removed the letter assignment. This is what I did. 1. Right click on My Computer 2. Left click on Manage 3. Highlight Disk Management 4. Right click on the external USB Disk (drive letter G in this case) 5. Left click on Change Drive Letters and Paths... 6. Click on Add 7. Select Mount in the following empty NTFS folder and click on browse button 8. Highlight the C drive and click on New Folder button 9. Enter a new folder name of "BACKUPDRIVE" and click OK 10. Go back into Change Drive Letters and Paths... 11. Remove the letter "G" association with the USB drive and hit OK 12. Close out of Computer Management console So, like I said, I no longer have to worry about the letter assignment issue for the external USB drive. I just plug it in, turn it on and let the auto backup task run - of course I had to change the auto backup task to back up to the new mounted "BACKUPDRIVE" inside my root C drive. Any potential issues with restoring the image in an emergency with this configuration? I would use a boot up CD of course to get the process started. But I'm wondering if the image I'm creating will be confused because it was backed up via a mounted folder inside C. Any feedback appreciated. Thanks.