Bootable Media

How to create Linux-based bootable media in True Image 2013

How to create Linux-based bootable media in Acronis Small Office: Server Cloud Backup

When creating a recovery plan in Acronis Bootable Media the free space before shows a value of 8,589,934,592 TB. To fix this issue, use a custom build

Deployment on Dell Precision workstations results in drive letters in reverse order

Restoring disks and partitions in Windows and from Acronis Bootable Media

You can download Acronis Bootable Media Builder from your account at the Acronis website

How to create Acronis Bootable Media with a backup archive on it (all-in-one)

This article applies to:

  • Acronis Backup for VMware 9 (Acronis vmProtect 9)
  • Acronis vmProtect 8

Description

You need Acronis Bootable Media Builder of Acronis Backup for VMware to create Acronis Bootable Media and back up a physical machine as part of the physical to virtual migration (P2V) or restore ESX(i) host configuration.

See also Acronis vmProtect: P2V Migration.

During backup or recovery operation the hard drive is grayed out when using Intel Smart Response technology

When trying to recover a backup created using a previous version, the backup archive is not shown in bootable media. To solve this issue, click on refresh.

While Restoring LVM volume created with Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 in Sector-by-Sector mode ask for reboot before restore is finished

This issue has been fixed, please update to the latest build. Restore the necessary by logging into Acronis Cloud from Windows

How to create Acronis Bootable Media with a backup archive on it (all-in-one)

Install or update Acronis Bootable Components, Bootable Media Builder, and Agent for Linux on a Linux system with necessary closed-source kernel modules. Add the module names to the RHEL_PREDEF_LIST list in the /usr/lib/Acronis/mkard.sh script, execute the script as root, and build a new bootable media by using Bootable Media Builder

Creating a bootable media with WinPE you are able to add drivers to the bootable environment. Bootable Media Builder supports both 32-bit and 64-bit WinPE distributions. The 32-bit WinPE distributions can also work on 64-bit hardware. However, you need a 64-bit distribution to boot a machine that uses Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI).

(!) PE images based on WinPE 4.0/5.0 require approximately 1 GB of RAM to work.

Symptoms

When trying to create a bootable media on a stick with more than 32 GB capacity you get an error message "Media cannot be formatted" or bootable media is created, but the system does not boot from it.

Introduction

This article explains how to find out whether Acronis Bootable Media boots in UEFI or Legacy BIOS mode.

Description

Default (Linux-based) Bootable Media

WinPE-based media

1. Default (Linux-based) Bootable Media

An Update is available for True Image 2013 and Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.5

To skip the introduction part and jump over to the step-by-step instructions, click here.

This article describes how to create a WinPE-based bootable media with Acronis True Image 2017 in Windows. Note that this guide does not cover any WinPE customizations, like adding custom drivers, startup scripts etc. The resulting media will have the default set of drivers from the installed ADK/AIK.

To see the list of hardware supported by Linux-based bootable media, click the product that is used to create the media:

How to create Linux-based bootable media in Acronis True Image 2014

In order to boot a virtual machine in a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) environment using Acronis bootable media, follow these steps:

Introduction

This article instructs how to use Acronis True Image 2017 to recover Windows from a boot failure.

Use the present article only if the system is damaged to a state when you can't get to the Desktop screen and launch Acronis True Image normally. If you are able to access Acronis True Image within running Windows, please follow instructions from that article instead.

You can create a rescue bootable media - a standalone version of Acronis True Image that you can use to boot a crashed machine or a machine without any operating system and restore an image of your system. Follow these instructions to create a bootable media.

How to create Acronis Bootable Rescue Media on a Windows computer

1. In the Tools section, click Rescue Media Builder:

If you have your product registered, you can download Acronis Bootable Media from the website

You can create a rescue bootable media - a standalone version of Acronis True Image that you can use to boot a crashed machine or a machine without any operating system and restore an image of your system. Follow these instructions to create a bootable media.

For instructions on how to create Acronis Survival Kit, see this article

How to create Acronis Bootable Rescue Media on a Windows computer

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