In my first use of TI, I created 6 CDs of my Win 2K primary disk on a USB 2.0 TDK 24/10/40x external burner. All appeared OK until I attempted to verify the CDs. Disk 1 and 6 were identified as corrupt by TI. On looking at the size with Win Explorer, I noticed that the size was 719,314; in fact, ALL 6 were that size. I thought that size perhaps exceeded the capacity of the CDs (PNY, "700 MB" CDs). So I looked further at the Guide and found that I never was shown the Image Archive Splitting window; to check, I started another create session and the Create Image Wizard progressed from Image Archive Creation, next to the Compression Level window. I noted the number of forum items noting corrupt files after large files were archived. My next step will be to upgrade to the latest TDK firmware level if the answers here don't resolve my problem. Questions: 1. Is there some option or logic that intentionally skips the Image Archive Splitting window in some cases? 2. Is the size of 719,314 for a 700 mb CD OK? (perhaps 1024 x 1024 x 700 = 734,003,200 is the real limit of a 700 CD.) 3. Is it "normal" for all CDs to contain exactly the same byte count, including the last one? 4. Could down-level firmware in the USB burner be responsible for the corruption? The promise of TI to be a reliable backup tool makes me salivate (after four bare-metal restores with MS approaches in a year). But I'm not quite there yet. Please help.