I have 13 (unlucky number) files on my system (in the "My Documents" folder)that are corrupt. They cannot be opened or deleted. I do not need to restore them. The problem they are causing is that every time they are accessed, such as by my antivirus program or anti-spyware programs, etc, it cause Chkdsk to run on the next bootup. Chkdsk does not fix the corruption problem, but takes time to run. My problem appears to be described in the following Microsoft knowledge base article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/246026. The resolution is to back up the volume containing the corrupted files, but exclude the corrupted files from the backup. Reformat the volume, then restore from the backup. However, my corrupted volume contains the operating system (WinXP). My understanding is that to keep the operating system (settings and all) intact, I need to create an image backup. But then I cannot exclude any files from the image. Is there any way to use Acronis True Image 10.0 to resolve this isue? Thanks.