Hi! Yesterday I've installed Vista Business at my new laptop. It only had a C:\-partition (160GB) and no other partitions. I wanted to make a D:\-partition to store my data. Since Partition Magic doesn't support Vista, I've installed Acronis Disk Director (Server). Then I tried to resize my C:\-partition to 50 GB. As soon as it's done checking the partitions it gives me this error: http://www.imgdumper.nl/uploads/47a183ce3f25e/IMG_0407.JPG The fun (?) thing is, I only have the option to RETRY, IGNORE or IGNORE ALL (not to abort). When I type "a" (presuming this is "ignore all") i get one or two more write errors and then it takes a long time (hours!) to do it's job. When I'm back in Windows, nothing has changed. Since I'm used to work with PM and I haven't worked with Acronis before, I would like to get some advice on this . (earlier this night it even corrupted my Vista, so I had to reinstall it). What I've found out myself: When I bought the laptop, Norton 360 (including Goback) was installed. But since I removed that installation (in fact, I formatted the C:\-drive) I'm not sure if Norton can still interfere. I haven't heard of any kind of "locking-mechanism" that Goback can put on your partitions. EDIT: I've tried again, and this is the result: Although I might be able to fix this, I would like to know what's causing this . Edit2: When I'm trying to use Vista's recovery console, it tell's me the C:\-drive has to be formatted... Edit3: At the moment it looks my entire partition-table is totally corrupted.. Neither Vista setup, XP setup or Fdisk can find my drive.. I'm trying to fix that as we speak. Edit4: Vista setup is running now. As you may understand, I won't try Acronis anymore on that PC . Not untill I know what went wrong. I didn't had access to any log files either.