Trouble with partitioning recommendation, and other comments Hi, I'm just a regular computer user but was looking for a program with the idea like Returnil for my new laptop with Vista. 1. The Recommendation to use Alternate Data Partition: I see on your website: "Do you recommend any particular system configuration for compatibility with Returnil? We strongly recommend that the user consider creating an alternate data partition on their HDD. This is a widely accepted and recommended security configuration - never install programs in default directories, save your data on a non-system partition, etc." Well, my computer came with only 1 partition, as probably most do. I looked up on the internet how to make another and I see that people run into many problems messing with partitions, and Vista's own ability to shrink the partition to make space for another lets me shrink it by almost nothing, useless. I read stuff that said to move the page file to let me shrink it more, but I only have one hard drive and when I tried restarting with page file set to a flash drive it just set it back to the c drive. So I have been struggling with this, and I can't get past step one to even then install the program, and I am not going to go buy and try to work with some other partitioning program. I guess I could do this: "What you will have with RETURNIL on a system with a single partition: A) System Partition [C:] = Windows + Returnil + Applications B) Data Partition [Returnil Z:] = Personal files, downloaded files, bookmarks, e-mails, address book, etc. The only difference here is that if you set the VIRTUAL PARTITION as a default save location for your applications, you must ensure that the VIRTUAL PARTITION is mounted. This is not a great sacrifice in time or effort, just change the appropriate data save location in the application you are using." But the very next thing in the faq is where you strongly recommend the alternate data partition. Are there some steps you can provide to easily do this without trying to use and buy other party software? -- edit: 2. I am trying it just with the 1 partition. I see an error in event viewer several times saying: "The default transaction resource manager on volume Z: encountered a non-retryable error and could not start. The data contains the error code." And I think there are some other error events like: "The previous system shutdown at 9:38:05 PM on 3/21/2009 was unexpected." and: "Audit events have been dropped by the transport. The real time backup file was corrupt due to improper shutdown." I'm not sure if that is due to Returnil protection on, but I guess since the system is cloned in memory, the event viewer doesn't know what is going on. Is this a concern that will mess with Windows, or just ignore it? 3. It would also be great if you had a tool to allow firefox and other browsers people like to be able to save bookmarks to the virtual file so they remain after reboot. I see the tool for moving system files supports IE, but support for other browsers would be good to add, and it would be great if your help file said how to do that and also how to have my anti-virus save its dats there, right?