My experience with ATI-8 has been interesting and frustrating. I started with a new 200 GB seagate hard drive. I used Wipe Drive V3.3 because it erases all partition tables and drive formats - FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, and Linux. It took 12 hours to clean the 200 gb hard drive. Next I loaded my Windows 2000. Then I had the bright idea of loading Norton Go Back along with ATI-8. It was a BIG MISTAKE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Then I performed two backups to an external firewire hard drive. The first Back Up was before I loaded the Microsoft security patches and the second Back Up was after I loaded the Microsoft security patches for Windows 2000. I found it interesting to see my Panda anti virus program detected two viruses while downloading all the Micrsoft Security Patches for Windows 2000. ATI-8 worked great up to this point. It detected all my drives and and made a fast back up of my hard drive. However, when I tried to restore the Back Up data on the fly it did not see my external Hard Drive. It showed a grayed-out icon of Norton Go Back. I suspected there was a conflict so I tried to disable and uninstall Norton Go Back. No luck... the Add Remove Programs in the control panel would not work. Next I tried to boot off the ATI-8 CD and it would not recognize my external hard drive. I got so frustrated that I ran Wipe drive again. Twelve hours later I started back at square one. After loading Windows 2000 again I reloaed ATI-8 and then booted up off the ATI-8 CD. This time it recognized my external hard drive and I restored the first Back Up. I was able to uninstall Norton Go back. I was a happy camper so I decided to restore the second Back Up I made of Windows 2000 with the security patches. It restored the Back UP in under 10 minutes, but this was a Big Mistake on my part. I could not Uninstall Norton Go Back and I had my original problem back again. Then I took out my trusted Wipe Drive v 3.3 once again and 12 hours later I had a new clean hard drive. I loaded up Windows 2000 again. Next I booted up off ATI-8 in the CD drive to restore the first Back up I made of Windows 2000 without the Unsecure Security Patches. This time things went fast and easy. It recognized and restored the first Back Up I made in under ten minutes. I hope my experince helps somebody avoid the frustrating experience of having to reload software for three days in a row. I am happy with the product, but I wish I would have known about the conflict with Norton Go Back before I started.