There is a thread like this over on the Processguard forum. I thought it might be helpful here. Post things that you do with your copy of FDISR that make the program work for you. I did a clean install on a blank snapshot to facilitate a rebuild of my system while having quick access to a working build in another snapshot. As soon as I had the clean install up and running and FDISR installed, I exported an archive of the clean snapshot. That way, any time I want to do a clean install, I just have to import the archive and skip all the Windows installation. This one is probably common knowledge, but it might help someone new to the program. As you know, copying the active snapshot to a new shapshot takes a little time. On my machine, a 5 gig active snapshot takes close to 15 minutes to copy. Once you have a secondary snapshot, do your copying from an inactive snapshot to a new snapshot instead. Copying the same 5 gig snapshot when it is inactive only takes my machine 6-7 minutes.