Acronis Snap Deploy 4 supports UEFI-based systems starting from Update 1
True Image 2013 supports GPT disks and UEFI
As a workaround, recover from Acronis Bootable Media
Acronis PXE Server support for UEFI machines is planned for future
Acronis True Image 2014 supports GPT disks and UEFI
Almost all modern computers have UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) firmware implementations, some of them also including legacy support for BIOS services. UEFI firmware could be either 32 or 64-bit. Not all Acronis programs support both 32- and 64-bit versions of UEFI. See https://kb.acronis.com/content/43091 for 32-bit UEFI devices support limitation.
32-bit UEFI devices support limitation
This article describes how to change the delay time and key for starting Acronis Startup Recovery Manager.
When you turn on the computer, Acronis bootable environment starts up unexpectedly instead of Windows.
Acronis Startup Recovery Manager was not activated or used.
1. You create a master image of a UEFI machine
2. You start to deploy this image to the same machine via a deployment task from OS Deploy Server
3. OS Deploy Server logs contain the following error:
Internal error: write outside of allowed area
Issue in the product