Acronis Disk Director Suite 10.0 lets you resize, merge, split, copy, move, delete and create partitions. It also has a special utility called Acronis OS Selector that allows you to install multiple operating systems on your machine
Acronis Disk Director Server 10.0 lets you resize, merge, split, copy, move, delete, create partitions and perform a number of other operations with your hard disk drive
How to install Linux on the system with Acronis OS Selector
Windows Vista hangs on first reboot, when trying to install it on an NTFS partition formatted with Acronis Disk Director
You can use Acronis Disk Director 11 Home or Acronis Disk Director Server 11 Advanced to resize partitions of your hard disk drive
You can install Acronis Disk Director on a Windows system that runs on dynamic volumes or GPT disks, but you will not be able to manage them
Acronis OS Selector does not support USB or SATA interfaces
When running Acronis Disk Director 10.0 under Windows the only limitation of disk capacity is the one of Windows. If you are running Acronis Disk Director 10.0 from bootable media, then you can work with disks of any capacity without limitations.
Time-limited serial numbers were provided instead of the full ones
The ext3 with 256-byte inodes are not supported
Acronis Disk Director reboots in Windows Native Mode to commit pending changes, but the operation either fails with an error or completes with no result
Acronis Disk Director 11 is the current version of the Acronis Disk Director product line
Acronis True Image does not recognize hard drives when there is HP Backup & Recovery installed
This article applies to:
- Acronis Backup Software
(!) Modern HP machines have preinstalled Cyberlink Recovery Manager instead of HP Backup & Recovery.
All current Acronis products have no compatibility issues with Cyberlink Recovery Manager.
Try running Checkdisk and updating Acronis drivers to resolve the issue
Table of operating systems supported by older Acronis products
Acronis Disk Director Lite is a tool of Acronis Backup (Acronis Backup & Recovery).
This has been fixed
Obtaining cdrecord.log to troubleshoot issues with creating Acronis Bootable Media or with creating backups on optical discs
What the issue may be related to and how to overcome it
Acronis OS Selector fails to load with Starting Acronis Loader... or with an endless loop of error messages.
If the error message is MBR Error 3, then the last booted operating system starts.
Only older versions of Acronis products support VIA C3 processors
If Acronis product reports that it has not found any hard disks in Windows, the issue is probably in third party software blocking access to hard disks
For general information about Acronis Bootable Media see Acronis Bootable Media.
Acronis Customer Central provides support for the current and immediate previous versions of Acronis products through Acronis Knowledge Base, Acronis Support Forum, E-Mail, Live Chat or Phone. Please see Customer Service & Support. Support for trial version is provided for the current version of the product only.
The following Acronis products support macOS:
- Acronis True Image 2016 and later
- Acronis True Image for Mac (2015 version)
- Acronis Backup 12.5
- Acronis Backup Cloud
- Acronis Mobility
(!) Other Acronis products do not support Apple Mac OS X. This means that:
Backup DVD is an additional option that offers physical shipment of the installation file on a DVD
The following versions of Acronis Disk Director support RAID arrays.
- Acronis Disk Director 12.5
- Acronis Disk Director 12
- Acronis Disk Director 11
- Acronis Disk Director 10
You can perform all available operations with partitions located on RAID volumes without any special precautions.
To get an installation serial number of a boxed product, you need first to activate it at the Acronis web site
Table of trial limitations of Acronis products
All current Acronis products have full support of Solid State Drives (SSD)
The following Acronis products support EFI-based systems: