I'm new to using ShadowProtect. I just installed it on a Dell desktop running Windows 8.1 in a UEFI boot environment. This machine is an "acting" server used to host shared documents and a line of business accounting program (Sage). Sage is running on a small SSD, Disk 1, the B: drive. OS is on Disk 0, the C: drive, a standard SATA drive. On the C: drive there are 7 partitions! Other than the actual C: partition, the rest are all tiny partitions. One of them, the "No Label, Unrecoginzed" throws an error when ShadowProtect attempts to create an image of it. Same with the similar partition on the B: drive. So, my question is, do I need all of those other partitions to recover the machine? Or will just imaging the B: and the C: partitions be sufficient to recover? Thanks!