Hi all, I've been tasked with testing True Image 8 for our small business. We purchased 3 licences for me to test on, but I'm having some issues. Situation: The images are being stored on a Samba fileshare, which has, due to de Ext2 filesystem, a 2GB/file limit. It was nice to find out True Image can cope with that, being able to split files in any desired size. Most of our PC's contain data way past the 2GB barrier, so imaged PC's produce multiple (numbered) image files. I have the following backup scheme in mind: Full backup - Once a week, every PC scheduled at different times Incremental - Daily, scheduled at shutdown, once a day But then the question arises what images to restore if one of the harddisks would have to be replaced. Lets say it's friday today. Last monday I started making backups, and a full backup was performed, to a file named Image.tib, producing 2 files: Image1.tib Image2.tib Then there's the four images produced by the incremental backups on monday through thursday, specifying the filename Image.tib: Image3.tib Image4.tib Image5.tib Image6.tib Problem: So now I picture myself sitting at the PC with the PC booted using the TI restore CD. I have the menu in front of me from which I can specify an imagefile to restore (Image1.tib ... Image6.tib). Which one should I take? I want to perform a restore to it's most current state. (The procedures for these actions are not mentioned in the accompanying PDF, nor could I find helpfull info in other threads on this forum) Thanks in advance, Miles.