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Acronis True Image 9.0 Build 2337

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#1 StartMeUp



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Posted 05 January 2006 - 21:43

Complete file and system disk imaging backup and restore for home and home office users that can protect your entire system and family pictures, videos, music, and important documents stored on your home PC. Acronis True Image allows you to create an exact disk image for complete system backup and disk cloning providing the most comprehensive data protection.

Features of "Acronis True Image":
· Image creation and restoration without reboot in most ases
· Acronis True Image images only the sectors that contain data, so images are created in just a few minutes!
· Acronis True Image supports a wide variety of IDE, SCSI, USB, FireWire, and PC Card (formerly PCMCIA) storage media
· Support for all hard disks, regardless of capacity
· Complete and incremental backups
· Scheduled and periodical image creation
· Automatic or manual hard disk installation
· Partition relocation and resizing
· Support for all Windows and Linux file systems, including FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, Linux Ext2/Ext3, ReiserFS-3 and Linux Swap; sector-based support for other operating systems
· User-friendly Windows XP-like interface with full mouse support
· Comprehensive wizards simplify even the most complex operations
· Ability to create a hidden partition (the Acronis Secure Zone) where the user can store a copy of his disk image
· Adjustment of a priority for process of image creation
· Excluding paging/hibernate files from images thereby decreasing the image file size.
· Partition/disk image integrity check before restoration
· Partition/disk file system integrity check after restoration.
· Control of data compression level, image volume splitting and password protection
· The ability to clone a disk drive so that multiple systems will have the exact same base disk drive configuration and software
· The ability to migrate data from one drive to another
· The ability to take an existing drive and prepare it to be redeployed as a new system drive or a data drive
· The ability to recover an entire disk, a specific partition, an individual folder or an individual file
· The ability to change a partition type, file system, size and location during recovery.
· The ability to create a bootable diskette or CD as a system rescue disk
· OS-independent operation of Acronis True Image 8.0 from the bootable diskette or CD.


#2 Slimy


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Posted 05 January 2006 - 21:44

Argh, i just installed some older build :/

#3 OP StartMeUp



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Posted 05 January 2006 - 21:49

Argh, i just installed some older build :/

Probably Build 2323 :pinch:

That build worked great for me, but there must be a reason for the refresh (plus I "always" must have the latest version) so it's worth downloading.

#4 Slimy


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Posted 05 January 2006 - 23:04

Actually it was 2777, some beta build :p
Any changelog? I can't seem to find anything...

#5 Hurmoth


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Posted 05 January 2006 - 23:36

Thanks for the update (Y)

#6 +Quillz


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Posted 05 January 2006 - 23:56

Acronis is free software? I thought you had to pay for it.

#7 boogerjones



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Posted 06 January 2006 - 00:00

Unfortunately, the True Image restore boot CD still only operates at USB 1.1 speeds with every laptop and USB drive that I've used with it. Version 7.0 and early builds of 8.0 never had this problem.

#8 amrinders87


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Posted 06 January 2006 - 00:27

Argh, i just installed some older build :/

Argh, I just made an image with the old one. :D

#9 IceDogg


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Posted 06 January 2006 - 01:05

Thanks for the heads up. I just bought this thing last nite.