I did a fresh install of XP a couple of days ago and have gradually been installing all my "must have" bits of software since then. I bought TI8 after having been a TI7 user and I decided to give the SecureZone a go after not having used it previously. I did a full backup and have been doing incremental backups with verification. All was fine until an hour ago when the incremental backup wouldn't verify. I tried resetting the machine but it still wouldn't work. I then realised that I couldn't actually get at the incremental backups and so was unable to delete the last of them. I did then try taking another incremental backup but, not surprisingly, it still wouldn't verify. In this situation, should I just perform a full image backup? I guess this will simply delete everything previously saved in the SZ. I also created a partition of my own for backing up so that the files could be copied to DVD or an external drive. Is there really any point in using the SZ when you are unable to manipulate the files it contains? I appreciate that this is its purpose but, in my case, I'm guessing that I could have simply deleted the last corrrupt, incremental backup file (if it were on my own partition) to sort it out.