My problem is that my system crashes when I use True Image 9 build 2323. I have two computers linked as a network. One uses XP Home and the other XP Pro. Both run SP2 and Zone Alarm is installed on each. I tried to make an image from the Home machine to a Freecom USB removable drive. True Image recognised the drive and started to make an image. However, about half way through, the system crashed. I tried this a few times but it always crashed. I then tried to make an image via the network to a drive on my Pro machine. On the first attempt, True Image ran the whole way through and told me that I had successfully made an image. However, although there was a file on the Pro dirve, its length was 0 bytes. I tried again and the machine crashed. I then noticed that True Vector had been switched off on the Pro machine. In addition, when I re-booted the Home machine, I got an error sayig that the system had recovered from a serious error. I declined to send a report to Microsoft, but the message came back a few seconds later. Every time I clicked the "do not send " button it disappeared but then returned after a few seconds. The only way I could get rid of it was to re-boot the machine. I ran chkdsk /f on the disk and it corrected a couple of errors. When I tried to make an image, it went through the same process of crashing and showing the error message. At the same time, True Vector was being switched off on the Pro machine. Eventually, I gave up. I am not sure if this is a True Image issue or a conflict with Zone Alarm. The discs and Windows seem to be OK as I have run chkdsk on both of them and they give no other problems. Can you help me on this please?