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

When saving an archive to Backup Location the progress bar halts at 100% and nothing happens. There is a progress going on, you just need to wait until it is over

Disable Web contents in Folder Options to resolve the issue

Acronis True Image suddenly disappears from the screen after hitting Next on the Partitions Selection screen

Acronis True Image 11 Home crashes on the Backup Archive Location selection screen due to the conflict with Widcomm drivers

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

Support for personal editions of Acronis products is provided through Acronis Knowledge Base and support forums

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

You can convert Acronis True Image Home 2010 TIB file to Windows backup VHD file and then mount it in Windows 7 without using Acronis True Image Home 2010

After applying Try&Decide changes reboot the computer before creating Acronis Secure Zone with allocating space for it from system partition

You can download Acronis logo and other media resources from the Acronis website

The task that you are trying to run was created under a different account and you do not have enough privileges to run it

There are no logs for the recovery operation from online backup storage

Browse for the backup to have it displayed in the Recovery window

You can recover files or folders of the partition protected with Acronis Nonstop Backup

How to have Acronis Startup Recovery Manager and GRUB or LILO at the same time

Check the logs to make sure the backup has been created successfully

This article gives explanation of why one cannot set a task to be executed at shutdown/logoff in an Acronis product when it is run in Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008. This article also provides a workaround for this issue

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

Linux detects capitalization in the names of files/folders and treats them as different entities, whereas Windows treats them as the same entities

As a workaround, perform the necessary operations from Windows, WinPE or BartPE

The component supports recovery of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7

Start the Acronis Nonstop Backup service to solve the issue

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

Please request a modification of Acronis Media Builder from Acronis Customer Central and recreate Acronis Bootable Media

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