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A feature-packed software solution that can save your valuable data while providing you with comprehensive backup and restore functions

What's new in Acronis True Image 2021 25.8.1.39216:

  • Fixed issues:
  • TI-223654 The cleanup wizard doesn't show versions for the cloud replica.
  • TI-223544 Automatic login to the Web Restore doesn't work and requires manual entry of credentials.
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Acronis True Image is mainly known for its backup and restore capabilities. However, its feature list goes well beyond this, as it can be used to create drive and disk images and restore them when you need a clean system.

Restoring options

Restoration of the data can be done even if Windows becomes unbootable, because the suite allows you to create a bootable rescue media (CD/DVD or USB storage device).

Furthermore, the Startup and Recovery Manager is capable to start Acronis before loading the operating system, by overwriting the master boot record and making available the option to boot straight into the program.

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Perform any unsafe operation in the Try mode

Try & Decide feature extends the functionality of the package, allowing you to make changes to the system and discard them at system restart if they’re affecting the system negatively. However, it also offers the possibility to apply all modifications.

Mount virtual drives

All backup files created with Acronis True Image can be mounted as virtual drives. This way you can check the contents and even copy data without having to restore the entire copy.

Different backup modes and advanced settings

The suite includes all regular forms of backup (full, incremental and differential) for helping you save data on your computer or Acronis Cloud and carry out sync operations across all your devices.

What's more, you are allowed to split, validate and encrypt backups, create an exact copy of your whole partition, insert comments, shut down the computer at the end of the task, run a backup as a different Windows user, adjust the compression level, send email notifications, and create exclusion lists.

Security and privacy tools

Apart from the solid backup features it offers, Acronis puts at your disposal a suite of instruments designed to help you keep the disks clean of unnecessary data. As such, System Clean-up utility can search for Windows activity traces (temporary files and history lists) and eliminate them.

Moreover, the bundle incorporates the possibility to sanitize hard disk space by running a set of overwrite routines that prevent recovery of any deleted items. Secure deletion is also on the list, Acronis offering an ample pack of efficient destruction algorithms (Peter Gutmann, Bruce Schneier, Russian and German standards, etc.).

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Protection utilities, backup settings and conversion

Users running Windows 7 Ultimate or Enterprise can combine Acronis’ conversion capabilities with Boot Sequence Manager utility to turn system backup copies into VHD images and boot from them. Plus, you may design a secure partition for storing backups on your disk.

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The tool lets you import/export backup settings from/to ZIP files and convert an Acronis backup to a Windows one or vice versa.

A top backup and recovery software product on the market

All in all, Acronis True Image proves to be one of the best software solutions that you can rely on when it comes to backup and recovery options. It provides a user-friendly interface and a powerful feature pack for helping you save data locally or online.

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Acronis True Image is part of these download collections: Partition Manager, Create Backup, Create Restore Points, File Recovery

Acronis True Image was reviewed by Elena Opris
5.0/5
LIMITATIONS IN THE UNREGISTERED VERSION
  • 30-day trial
  • Clone disk is disabled
  • You can only recover (restore) a backup when booted from Acronis Bootable Media, other options are disabled. Acronis Universal Restore is not available.
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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
  • Intel CORE 2 Duo (2 GHz) or equivalent processor that supports SSE instructions
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I just did a clone of my hard disk to a 128GB USB jump drive. At the start, it said the size of the file is 101GB, so figured I was OK. After the 6 hour clone process, all I have on my usb drive are 2 files: oobedone.flg (1KB) and bios_cur.rcv (8.3MB). Does that sound correct? Also, doing a properties on my usb drive, it now says 8.3MB used and 31MB free, total size 39MB. What happened to my 128GB? Do I have a clone image or not? Is it not recommended to clone to a usb? I'm at a customer site in a remote area and it's all I have.

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Eric, welcome to these user forums.

Cloning is intended to make an identical copy of the source drive on an a second drive of sufficient capacity. This should always be done using the offline Acronis bootable Rescue Media and it is recommended that the target drive be installed in the computer in place of the source drive, which should be connected externally via a USB-SATA connector or in a caddy.

I suspect that when you say 'clone' you may actually mean making a backup of your source HDD drive which creates a True Image Backup (.TIB) container file to hold the compressed contents backed up from the source drive. You cannot boot into Windows from the .TIB file or from a clone of the source drive written to a USB drive.

Please see the following KB documents that provide much more information on this subject:
56634: Acronis True Image: Cloning Disks
1540: Difference between Backup and Disk Clone
58816: Acronis True Image 2017: Creating Acronis Bootable Media

Forum Hero
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Pretty sure that cloning is not supported to a flash drive since flash drives are not bootable for Windows - suprised it would even allow it to be picked as the destination disk.

Even if the clone was successful (which it may be), Windows can only read the 1st partition of a paritioned flash drive (Windows limitation) so I suspect that's why you only see a small amount of data listed now.

You should format your drive completley.. used diskpart (launch command prompt by right clicking and run as admin)

diskpart.exe

list disk
(select the # of the one that representes your USB flash drive)

clean

Then go into computer management / diskmanagement and 'initialize' the disk and assign it a drive letter.

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Alternatively, use the free tool, minitool parition wizard and format it with that instead.

Ultimately, a clone does you no good and neither would a backup and recovery to a UsB flash drive. Only thing your flash drive is good for is using it as a backup location for a backup .tib file of the original drive. You could then restore that backup file to another internal SATA hard drive in the event that the orignal dies, needs to be replaced or upgraded.

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Eric, welcome to these user forums.

Cloning is intended to make an identical copy of the source drive on an a second drive of sufficient capacity. This should always be done using the offline Acronis bootable Rescue Media and it is recommended that the target drive be installed in the computer in place of the source drive, which should be connected externally via a USB-SATA connector or in a caddy.

I suspect that when you say 'clone' you may actually mean making a backup of your source HDD drive which creates a True Image Backup (.TIB) container file to hold the compressed contents backed up from the source drive. You cannot boot into Windows from the .TIB file or from a clone of the source drive written to a USB drive.

Please see the following KB documents that provide much more information on this subject:
56634: Acronis True Image: Cloning Disks
1540: Difference between Backup and Disk Clone
58816: Acronis True Image 2017: Creating Acronis Bootable Media

Does Acronis 2019 still have the following limitations on Windows 10 system?

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1. Cannot clone from source to target when target is on USB drive?

2. If both M.2 SSD NVMe drives are internal ( one new, other source ), can use Acronis 2019 app to clone from inside of windows ( instead of booting from USB created with Acronis Survival Kit ) since it creates a VSS shadow first, then copies to the new M2 in the system.

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Does Acronis 2019 still have the following limitations on Windows 10 system?

1. Cannot clone from source to target when target is on USB drive?

2. If both M.2 SSD NVMe drives are internal ( one new, other source ), can use Acronis 2019 app to clone from inside of windows ( instead of booting from USB created with Acronis Survival Kit ) since it creates a VSS shadow first, then copies to the new M2 in the system.

Hi!
1. Should be no issue, check out Cloning to External USB Drive
2. Possible with Active Cloning feature https://kb.acronis.com/content/61665

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Ekaterina Surkova Forum Moderator

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It doesn't work with flash/thumb drives that are considered 'removable' in Windows disk management. Those have never been usable for cloning. Cloning has worked with external USB drives that are considered 'fixed' disks (those that aren't flash/thumb drives) for as long as I can remember though.

Just wanted to reference for others. SG and I have been testing PCIE NVMe drives in the latest USB external enclosures and cloning works great with them in 2019 too. You do have to take the NVMe drive out and mount it in the be PC if you want to boot it though.