Hi, I'm using TI-8 (build 774) and the latest version of Goback 4 (V4.01.305). My question concerns a FAQ about TI8 and GoBack (generic) appearing on an Acronis web page (see Q&A, below). A strict reading of the Answer (below) suggests that for a "disk clone" operation, GoBack would NOT have to be disabled, much less removed from the source drive. I say this because a "disk clone" operation would not come within the ambit of the 3 scenarios described as requring the prior disabling of GoBack. Since I have a healthy respect for Murphy's law, I though I'd seek the forum's feedback before proceeding with a disk clone operation, my first. BTW, disabling, or even removing, Goback is no big deal, I've done it many times before, it's just that I would prefer not to have to unnecessarily lose the benefit of GoBack just in case something goes wrong. I would be grateful if someone could verify, from their personal experience, whether GoBack should either be disabled or even uninstalled, prior to beginning a "disk clone" operation using TI 8. TIA. Jaygo -------------- Q. Is Acronis True Image 8.0 compatible with Norton GoBack? A. Acronis True Image 8.0 is compatible with Norton GoBack, but for specific Acronis functions, you will need to disable Norton GoBack: If you start Acronis True Image 8.0 from the bootable rescue media. If you want to restore an image archive. If you want to create, resize or delete the Acronis Secure Zone. Please note that after restoring an image archive, the history of Norton GoBack stored on the target hard drive is automatically lost.