Go Back has been one of my most useful utilities,but as has previously been noted,it isnt possible to restore a True Image backup,unless Go Back is disabled and restores the active disc to a usable state for ATI. The problem is that GoBack creates its own proprietary Type 44 partition. If the system hasnt failed and only a folder requires restoring,of course thats OK,as Go Back can still be disabled prior to the action. However,after a system crash,its too late to disable GB and make the usable disc restoration,hence True Image cant restore-so a complete reformat has to follow!! Is there any way GB can be disabled after a crash,using for example,Snap Restore and Secure Zone? Looks to me at this stage that its either one or the other,Acronis or GB. The beauty of Go Back is that it backs up minor changes second by second,whereas even backing up a few times a day with ATI,still wouldnt achieve the same result and would be a clumsy way of doing it,as really both utilities are designed for different purposes.