I have a Dell Laptop running Windows Vista. I have been using Paragon Free (32 bit) to backup the laptop for over a year. All of the backups have been successful. The backups are being saved on a home network drive that have been accessible to both the Laptop and Paragon Backup & Recovery 2014 without a problem. NOTE that I always run Paragon Free in "run as administrator mode". Today I attempted my first Restore in Paragon Free on this Windows Vista Laptop and it is not working. I initially tried a VD restore to my C drive. Paragon required a restart. After the restart, it went through the three steps (Preparation, Restore and Mount/Unmount) and showed "finished" for each, but no files were copied. I next tried to Restore Files and Folders (All files/folders on the same drive) vs a Volume Restore (above). Paragon Free showed a message that I should do the whole volume because some files had security settings that blocked a simple copy. The Paragon Free offered to restart, so I did and when it came back up, it gave me an error message that it could not open the files and then did a normal restart. I then connected the Drive directly to the Laptop (usb connection) and added the backup to the database so it could see it now that it is a local drive. I then repeated the same two attempts discussed above and again, no files were copied. I have looked at Paragon Free's log files, but I haven't seen anything that says why no files are copied (unless I am misreading them). I recently did Restores on a Windows 7 Home Premium PC and a Windows 7 Professional Laptop to the same network drive with complete success. There appears to be something different that Windows Vista requires for the Restore to work. Any and all guidance to get the Recover working in my Vista Laptop will be appreciated.