I am using v8.0 build 826 with Win98 and 256 MB of RAM. I initally installed the program from the CD that came in the box and then upgraded to this build. I do not recall whether I did a clean install or installed over the earlier build on the CD. My problem: I tried to create a secure zone on the C drive, so that I could use the bootable rescue disks and the startup recovery manager. The wizard for creating a secure zone got through the resizing of the hard drive. However, during the partition creation an error message/dialog box appeared. It said that the program failed to write to sector 0 of hard drive 1. I selected Ignore and then Ignore All and the process continued to the end. I then rebooted and a second error message appeared. It said that a secure zone failed to be created. To check, I opened My Computer, right clicked on the C drive, and selected properties. It showed that the total size of the C drive was smaller than it had been before I attempted to create a secure zone. That suggests that a secure zone was created. Before attempting to create a secure zone, the size of the C drive was a little over 10 GB. I set the size of the secure zone to 2.827 GB. Now, after attempting to create a secure zone, the size of the C drive is 7.88 GB. To further check, I opened the Manage Acronis Secure Zone tool and the wizard asked if I wanted to create a secure zone, but it did not ask if I wanted to delete one. That suggests that there were no secure zones. Was the secure zone created? If it was created how do I find it and modify or delete it? If it was not created, how can I get the reported size of the hard drive, as reported in My computer/C Drive/properties, to be correct?