I’ve come across a small problem since updating to TI v11 that I never had using other versions of TI. The problem arises every time I use Windows search. Search goes though the process of checking both my internal drives C: and D: for a file or folder checking first the C: drive and then the D: drive then back to searching the C: drive until it stops with an Runtime error; “Program: C:\Windows\Explorer.exe This Application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way”. Uninstalling TI v11 then running Windows search the search program runs correctly - first checking the C: drive then the D: drive and stopping the search when completed. If I then reinstall TI v11 the search problem comes back (endless loop then the runtime error). I’ve uninstalled TI v11 a number of times via the Add and Remove, and also used RegSupreme Pro plus Acronis’s clean uninstall procedure to remove Acronis registry items but with TI v11 installed I can’t use Windows search correctly without the runtime error appearing. If with TI v11 installed I run search and only search the C: drive the search will run and finish correctly, it is only when I search both the C: and D: drives (search default option) that the problem happens. I restored an image made prior to installing TI v11 which had TI v9 installed and run a test search which ran and completed correctly. I then uninstalled TI v9 and installed TI v11 ran Windows search and the problem with the endless loop started again. I then restored the same image back again but this time I installed TI v11 overtop of TI v9 the Windows search problem still came up. I’ve used Acronis TrueImage though versions 6 (both Norton Ghost version and full version) and versions 8 and 9 without having this problem, and both versions 8 and 9 work on my present setup without having a problem while using Windows search. Has anyone else come across this problem? Information: Two internal Seagate Hard drives installed, one 120 GB and one 200 GB. Two GB memory. Windows XP SP2 Home fully updated. AMD Athlon64 3700+. Asus A8N-SLI socket 939 motherboard.