I just installed the trial version of True Image 8 to see if I wanted to purchase the software. I am running Windows XP Home Edition on a Dell Inspiron 4150 with a 30 GB hard drive. I recently installed a pcmcia card with a USB 2.0 port and have attached a 40 GB USB hard drive to it. I ran the "Add New Disk" wizard, then the "Create Image" wizard, and everything seemed to work OK. (I didn't realize it, but my on-board hard drive apparently has 2 partitions: a FAT16 (31.35 MB, 6.85 MB used) and an NTFS (the remainder)). When I ran the "Explore Image" wizard, I could explore the NTFS partition OK, but ran into a problem when I tried to explore the FAT16 partition. The following error message popped up: "Cannot assign a drive letter to a partition from the image archive." What gives? Did I make some mistake when creating the disk image?