FirstDefense on a laptop presents special issues- mostly storage space and lack of a floppy drive. - How dangerous is it to skip the MBR boot floppy creation? -- Is it possible to copy the necessary info somewhere on the hard disk? -- What about creating a bootable CD with the MBR info? My laptop has an 80GB drive, and 19GB of that is tied up as a snapshot. The relatively large snapshot size is probably because I wasn't careful about files to be anchored. - Is there a way I can update the existing snapshot after anchoring more data, so the size of the snapshot is reduced? -- If not, how can I delete the snapshot so I can start all over again? -- I probably don't have enough disk space to create a third snapshot, and I cannot "remove" the active folder. Can I remove the second snapshot (the one that was sort of auto-created during install)? Are there hints and tips for using minimum-size snapshot files? I don't care about backup, since I backup to an external HD frequently. I'd appreciate any tips!