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.
This article explains how to find out whether Acronis Bootable Media boots in UEFI or Legacy BIOS mode. Keep in mind that bootable media should boot in the same mode as your system to correctly perform restore or clone operation.
The mode your system boots in is shown during the initial machine boot:
In Windows 8 and 10, you can also check the boot mode using System Information:
Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office and Acronis True Image has been tested and is guaranteed to work with just one virtual machine format: Parallels Desktop 14. It is supported by Mac version of Acronis True Image 2019 and later.
Backup and recovery of Parallels Desktop 14 virtual machines
One of the unique features of Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office and Acronis True Image 2019/2020/2021 for Mac is its unrivaled support of Parallels Desktop 14 virtual machines backup, as part of disk backup on a Mac host:
This article instructs how to use Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office (formerly Acronis True Image) 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 Cyber Protect Home Office normally. If you are able to access the program within running Windows, please follow instructions from that article instead.