I've discovered a problem that I can only relate to FDISR and I wondered if anyone else had similar. I've got about 8 snapshots on my hard drive. I have one hard drive for my operating system only and another for data. On most of my snapshots I can transfer files just fine - an example if a 3GB folder. In most snapshots this takes about 2 minutes. BUT if I boot into another snapshot, the same operation can take about 18 minutes! There doesn't seem to be any pattern to this - I have my primary with all security software and this file transfer takes 2 minutes. I have an almost identical snapshot (same security setup but I am the only user) and the transfer takes 18 minutes. I haven't installed any different software or anything. It can be infuriating as the entire snapshot seems to come to a complete crawl - as though the processor is on it's last legs. Yet I boot into a different snapshot and everything is fine again. I wondered if anyone has experienced anything like this before? If it was happening on all snapshots then I would obviously think a reformat was needed, or my processor/mother board was on its way out, but it seems fairly random. I've tried booting from within FDISR to snapshots, rebooting and selecting snapshots from the boot screen, turning the pc on and off again, but nothing seems to be working. Many thanks in advance.