Just to check v.xxxxxx79, I tried to mount a "selective file and folder backup" of data partition D on my computer (It was *not* a complete partition backup)...and the program wouldn't mount as it was not a 'Partition'. I can understand this, however... I then decided to make a partitial restore of just a few files and one folder to a different location than original just to check things out. I clicked on 'Restore' in the main window, and checked the files to restore (this is all from the partitial backup of files only of my Partition D) and then clicked 'proceed' (I believe that was the word). A mini-box came up and said 'Analyzing' and it stayed blank with just the word showing, while beneath, on the main program 'box', I could see in the lower section that progress was 'happening'. The analyzing box stayed the same (blank) and the lower box reported that the operation was complete so I closed the 'Analyzing' box and also the main program interface box, and my file was restored to the alternated location and it was complete. Guess this Analyzing box is a little error in the program. The next small 'flaw' is I decided to verify a previous backup, also the one mentioned above. Program started to do perform the verification...I clicked on cancel, but it wouldn't cancel, clicked again, same thing. The task kept running even after I completely closed the program interface. I had to stop the process (True Image Monitor.exe) from running by 'killing' it in Task Manager of WinXP. Just wanted to report these two slight errors that I found. ...Allen L.