I had a full backup and a number of incremental backups in the Acronis Secure Zone. I also have a problem with a driver on my PC so I decided to do a new incremental backup (using TI v9.0) and thereafter try to restore my C drive from an older backup. So I made a new incremental backup and got the message "Operation succeeded. However when I try to restore I get the message "Acronis Security Zone has no backups". I can also see that the free space in the security zone has increased from 4.5GB to 36 GB and the total space is 44.8 GB. It is quite possible that 4.5GB was too little for the incremental backup but 1. why did it in that case report operation succeeded 2. why did it remove all my backups without asking me 3. why is there only 36 GB free when there are no backups at all 4. assuming the newest incremental backup really succeeded and that it occupies 9GB (45-36), whats the point of performing an incremental backup if it needs to remove the full backup? Edit: A full backup typically occupies some 12 GB for me, so there were plenty of space to keep the full backup and perform a new incremental backup. 12 + 9 = 21 GB and I have a secure zone of 44.8 GB. It should also have been possible to keep a number of old incremental backups. Edit4: Everything has turned out good for me, I have tracked down the application that caused my PC to crash (cfosSpeed) and the info below is not that important but I have experienced a few things that doesn't feel bullet proof. Read if you like. The way TI administrate the secure zone is however imo not acceptable. I really hope you will do something about it. =================================================================== Edit2: Fortunately I also have an older full backup as an image file and I have now been restoring my C drive from this in order to track down what is causing my crashes. To make a long story short, during these investigations I have diveded my disk into C and D and I perform backups to D (normally I use a secondary disk for backups but not now when I try to figure out what causes my crashes). And an hour ago I tried to restore C by booting from an bootable CD made by TI and with an image file located on D. However, the progress bar stopped at aprox 20% and the time stopped at 16 min left. For more than 15 minutes I didn't here any sound from the hard disk neither and I couldn't cancel the restore (I pressed Cancel and Yes to answer I was sure but it didn't abort). Tried to restore two times after this with the same result and I also tried to verify the image file before restoring and it stopped while verifying. When I now investigate the disk (have connected the disk as a slave and booted from a third disk) it looks like it's damaged. Acronis Directory Suite sais FS: None Partition: 0x7 (NTFS, HPFS) and it's not mounted. I mounted it now and after a reboot everything looks fine again, all the files seems to be there. Will continue by connecting it as master again and try to restore C from the image files on D and I'll see what happens. Yes it turned out to be okey. Edit3: Have continued with different attemts and the situation right now is that I have a full backup stored as an image file on D. When this disk is used as a slave I have verified the image file with TI and it's okey. But when I connect this disk as master and boot from TI CD and try to restore C using this image file I get the message that it's corrupted. Now I have the disk as slave again and I can plug the image and everything looks okey. I really love TI but I must say I have seen several things that makes me start loosing faith of it.