Volume

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

Two or more disks that make a dynamic volume show the size of the volume itself in Acronis Disk Director Lite

After deleting dynamic volumes using Acronis Disk Director Lite, it shows several unallocated space boxes of the dynamic volumes in Graphical User Interface

Copy the image chunks from CD or DVD discs to a local or external hard disk, or to a network share, and restore the files

Acronis True Image errors out with "Unable to create volume snapshot" when backing up volumes of over 4 TB in size in Linux

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

Remove the logical volume manually before restoring a disk image on a volume group

Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 failed to access the backup archive to delete it

Limitations on LVM support in Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux

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

If an archive is split in several volumes, recovery can fail for the first time. It should work correctly if you reattempt the restore

Acronis Agent for Hyper-V is unable to back up virtual machines (or virtual drives) if the virtual drives storage is allocated on a CSV organized under Windows 2008 R2 environment

Acronis True Image Home Plus Pack supports dynamic disks or disks with GUID partition tables (GPT). Acronis True Image Home does not

Restoring disks and partitions in Windows and from Acronis Bootable Media

Table of Windows Editions and dynamic disk types they support

You need to have unallocated space on the disk with the partition the size of which you intend to increase

Symptoms

  1. Using Acronis Disk Director 11 in Windows XP, you create a new volume and set a label to it:

  2. After committing the operation, the Windows XP Explorer shows no label:

A newly created NTFS volume has "Full control" security permission for Everyone

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

Maximum partition/volume size supported by Acronis software

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