Hey everyone, I'm using the latest version of Acronis True Image and its having a problem on my PC with ext3 partitions. I have my C: drive formatted in NFTS where Windows XP and True Image are installed and my external hdd that is half ntfs and half ext3. Both drives are made by Western Digital, one is SATA and the other IDE of a 1 TB and 250 GB size, respectively. Whenever the drive is plugged in and turned on (and an ext3 partition is on it) and True Image is opened my computer flashes the blue screen for a second (a real split second and reboots). This works the same way with Acronis Disk Manager to actually. Also, it does the same thing with either external drive. If the partition is just NTFS, no problems. If its all ext3, same problem. Putting the 250 GB IDE drive inside of the tower and formatting it similarly results in the rebooting problem to. I use ext2IFS to access ext3 partitions with no problem. I've used the other one as well, can't remember the name though. Even with ext2IFS disabled the problem still occurs. INTERESTINGLY, If I turn off the external hard drive, open True Image, and then turn back on the drive, the PC will not restart and no problems occur. I spoke with tech support via Instant Message and they instructed me to install some kind of a driver from their website (sorry I forget the name) and also reinstall the program. None of the fixes worked. Any possible fixes? I swear the previous incarnation of TI worked with no problems.