Acronis True Image may fail to back up an NTFS-compressed partition

An archive consists of slices, which in turn may consist of volumes

When trying to mount an image of over 2 TB in size, Acronis True Image errors out with "Cannot assign a drive letter"

When installed on the same machine with PC Angel, Acronis products either crash or cannot access hard disk drives

Acronis True Image Home analyzes partitions for too long at application startup in Windows Vista. This most probable cause is that there is a considerable amount of shadow copies for the partitions

Acronis products currently do not support backing up of locally mapped disks using the subst utility

User account under which you are trying to run the scheduled task may not have enough rights to do the task

You can set a Normal, High or Low priority to a backup or restore operation

Acronis Migrate Easy allows you to resize partitions during cloning

This is normal behavior if you boot Windows with both the source and the cloned drive attached

After installation of Acronis True Image Home 2009 USB card reader drives disappear both from My Computer and Disk Management

If you are providing the correct password and Acronis True Image errors out with "The password does not match", please reinstall the product to resolve the issue

When restoring files or folders from a disk or partition backup with the "Set current date and time for restored files" option unchecked, Acronis True Image sets the current date to some of the restored folders

First install Acronis drivers, then Acronis True Image Home, and only then RamPhantom to resolve the compatibility issue

There is an unsupported version of Microsoft Outlook installed on the machine that crashes the application

There are probably two or more drives with the same signature in the machine

Time-limited serial numbers were provided instead of the full ones

Recreate the scheduled task to solve the issue

Clean the folder with Acronis True Image Home logs to resolve the issue

A file backup is a copy of files. A disk or partition image is a snapshot of the drive

To resolve the issue, remove the "My Web Sites on MSN" folder from "My Computer" in Windows Vista or from "My Network Places" in Windows XP

How to work around the situation when the set up e-mail notifications fail to be received

Try running Checkdisk and updating Acronis drivers to resolve the issue

How to troubleshoot and solve the issue