Hello, I am going to upgrade to version 9 because it seems to be pretty stable now. But I have a few questions about it before I decide to upgrade or not: 1. I have read something about file-backup (backup files instead of partitions). Does this feature work in the Rescue/Linux - mode? 2. the new Snap-Restore isn't described very well, so I have some questions: 2a. Is it true, that when I'm using Snap-restore, it first restores the operating system files and then boot into windows and then restores the programs and other files? 2b. How does Snap-Restore work? Does it mount the system partition from the image, boot from the image and then copy the files from the image to the "real" partition? 2c. When Snap-Restore has finished restoring the OS and it has rebooted and I am in windows, how can I see whether a program is restored already or not (for example when I want to start a game) 2d. A few days ago I wanted to record a movie from TV with my capture card Hauppauge PVR-250 (hardware-MPEG2-Encoding). But 30 minutes before the movie started I had a windows crash so it couldn't boot anymore. Restoring the system partition with TI 8.0 has taken more than 1 hour (my system partition is 70 GB), so I couldn't record the movie. For future cases like that I want do the following: 1. Start restore using Snap-Restore 2. OS restored - computer reboots 3. While Snap-Restore is restoring the other files I start the capture software and record. Is that possible? How much system ressources does Snap-Restore need? I am using a RAID-0 system, 1 GB Ram and 3,4 GHz cpu. Is this enough to make such an multithreading? Thank you for any help!