Doing a hard reboot during a Try&Decide session can make the system unbootable
This article applies to:
- Acronis True Image Home 2012
- In Acronis True Image Home 2012, you start a Try&Decide session and specify a non-system partition to store the changes;
- Then, during the Try&Decide session, you do a hard reboot of the system;
- As a result, the system is unbootable.
This is a known issue.
If the changes in a Try&Decide session are stored on a non-system partition, a hard reboot will corrupt the changes and make the system unbootable.
The issue is only with having a non-system partition as storage for the Try&Decide changes.
If you specify the system partition as storage for the Try&Decide changes, the issue will not occur.
See also Acronis True Image Home 2012.