Welcome to the forum.
As hrsepwrguy and can-do-man pointed out, the timing of the Incivek is critical. (Every 7-9 hours at the same times each day). Incivek has a short half life and if you take the pills too far apart, it give the virons a chance to mutate into resistant strains. If that happens, you may not have a successful treatment outcome.
Set your alarms and have a hand held portable timer or watch timer that you can set to go off every 8 hours. I picked 6am, 2pm, and 10pm for the Incivek pill times. I set my alarm for 5:30 am and fixed some high fat food and then took the 6 am pills. Then I went back to bed and slept a bit more. At 1:30pm I fixed some high fat food and ate and then took the pills at 2pm. At 9:30 pm I fixed some high fat food and ate and then took the pills at 10pm.
The food has to contain at least 20 grams of fat and it has to be eaten within 30 minutes before taking the Incivek pills. This is very important because the fat increases the absorption of the Incivek and increases the efficacy of the Incivek.
Here is a thread with a list of high fat foods:
Best of luck.