I've recently been trying to use my copy of TI-10 Home to create back-ups of my data files to a hard drive image, with no success. Here's an overview of my system setup. ABIT AT8 32X Socket 939 ATI CrossFire Radeon Xpress 3200 Drive C, 2 X 500GB SATA II in RAID-0 Drive D, 3 X 320GB SATA II in RAID-5 3GB RAM XP SP2 Now, for what I've tried. I ran TI and created a back-up location on the D drive in a folder called __back-ups. I set the size to unlimited, the number of backups to 100 and the time to keep backups to 365 days. I then started creating the backup of my data using the default settings. Aside from saying it was going to take 2 days to complete the backup it managed to get to about 11% before it failed saying it was unable to read a particular file. The first time I got this error I thought there might be a problem with the FS so I ran a disk check which completed without finding any problems. The second time I tried it I think it made it to about 17% before it died, keep in mind it takes between 6 and 8 hours to get to this point because I am backing up close to 400GB of data. Again, it died with a failure to read a file, however I believe this time it was a different file. Interestingly enough each time the file is an MP3 but I can play the file and I can copy it manually so I am at a bit of a loss as to why TI can't read the file. Is there some kind of a problem when backing up from/to RAID arrays? Is there a limit to the size of backups in the Home version? Is there something else I can try to work around this? As a side note, I looked in the Event Viewer and TI was throwing all kinds of errors but each error's details something about not being able to find the error details because the information DLL couldn't be found or something like that.. Please help! I don't want to have to chunk TI but it's pretty useless ATM..