Use the usbmouse=off parameter to resolve the issue

Protection of external USB drives is not supported

The Acronis True Image line products support almost any of the most popular storage devices

Try disabling write caching for the USB drive to solve the issue

You can select the Files and folders option of the Acronis True Image Backup Wizard to create an image of data stored on a USB flash drive

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

Acronis OS Selector does not support USB or SATA interfaces

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

Restart Acronis Remote Agent or perform installation under Administrator

Recreate the scheduled task to solve the issue

Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 supports most of the popular storage media and devices

Scheduler service cannot access the USB device because of incorrect permissions. Deny logon as batch job to resolve the issue

Stop the nonstop backup first, then you will be able to safely remove the USB disk

Plug in the external device that has the backup or remove the backup from the list. Or change the drive letter of external disk back to the original one

Make sure the external device (e.g. USB disk) is plugged in and working

Create a backup plan to have the backups saved to the root of the USB disk or to a certain folder on the disk

The backup is on an external disk which is unavailable at the time of the validation

Acronis product reboots in Windows Native Mode, but the cloning or restore process finishes in a few seconds with no result

This is a known limitation. As a workaround, copy all volumes from the flash drives to one folder. You will then be able to restore

Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 supports USB tape drives in Build 17437

Make sure the USB device is not disconnected during backup