First some background, then my questions. I just configured Acronis True Image Home to back up my new laptop's "My Documents" folder. I did a full backup, then set up a timed incremental. The incremental ran as scheduled, but it produced two log messages that confused me: They are both Warning 11. They are: Error opening the file. (0x40007) Tag = 0xF35F747B3B21FAC3 and Failed to determine corresponding partition for path '\\Rontablet\My Documents\'. Backup operation will not snapshot that path. I'm supposing that the first error may not be too interesting, but I really wish it had told me the file name. The second has me confused. I went to look to see what was backed up, since I happened to know what had changed, having changed something on purpose. When I went into True Image Home to look, I noticed that there was no way in the recover page to recover files in the root of My Documents. When I click that folder, the NEXT button does not light up. Is that on purpose, or is it -- I hope -- a mistake that will soon be fixed. So I went into the file folder for the backups, and discovered happily that I can browse the slices just as if they were regular folders. In the slice for yesterday, I found the old version of the file I change, and in the slice for last night, the new version. So it appears to me that the file was correctly backed up. Thus my questions: What were those log messages telling me, especially the one about not finding the partition? Was that related to TIH's inability to recover top-level files? And ... are the files likely correctly backed up, and can I recover them directly from the slices if I need to. Thanks!!