I just recently downloaded Backup & Restore 2012 Free addition. On my external drive, I used another product to resize a couple partitions, in preparation for using them for partition image backup storage. After creating the space I wanted, I fired up Backup & Restore, and was greeted with a very strange sight. At first I couldn't even figure out what the disk layout graphic was showing, because the partition representation was so out of kilter. I had created a 96GB primary partition, which was by far the largest partition on the disk (it's a 160GB disk), but via the "Disk View" mode, I didn't even see it there at all, until I realized that there was a little teeny sliver of a thing on the right end of the partition that wasn't even large enough to show a drive letter, and THAT was my 96GB new partition! The other partitions are graphically completely out of proportion as well. In the graphic I've inserted here, I've labeled three partitions. From left to right, they're a 13GB partition with 9GB used, next is a 12GB chunk of unallocated space, then at the very right end is the sliver that's supposed to represent the 96GB partition. As you can see, the 13GB partition takes up about 80% of the display area, the 12GB of unallocated space (which should be about the same size, graphically) is maybe 10% of the space, and the 96GB partition, which should be the great majority of the space shown, is just a little sliver at the right end. http://www.flickr.com/photos/91353820@N04/8292947533/ Oops... or at the bottom of the page -- I didn't think "attaching" had worked, but apparently it did... I realize this is just a graphic representation, but it's making me awfully uneasy about trusting that the program is actually interpreting the disk info correctly. Can anybody explain this?? I even uninstalled and re-installed the program, re-booted my computer a couple times, and same result. I looked at the "partition map" (disk representation) in two other products and it looked fine, with the partitions displayed proportionally correctly, by the way... Has anybody else run into this kind of thing? How concerned should I be?? Thanks for any input here... Robert... P.S. I realize that Flickr isn't a very geeky image hosting place, but I haven't ever posted an image to a forum before, thought people used a service called photobucket but it seemed to not be working right or something when I tried it. If anyone cares to tell me about a better place to use for any future images, I'm all ears (well.. metaphorically speaking anyhow...).