Acronis true image home 2009

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Pasta88, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. Pasta88

    Pasta88 MDL Addicted

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    Can someone plz let me know if this product is compatible with win 7? :)

    thx
     
  2. derausgewanderte

    derausgewanderte MDL Senior Member

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    yes it is, running it on 64 bit here.
     
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  3. bertmace

    bertmace MDL Member

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    no because of 100 meg boot partions you need both 100 meg and c:\drive and it only backup c:\ drive try no love it runs
     
  4. kcozart

    kcozart MDL Novice

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    acronis 2009

    Yes
    Acronis works with windows 7
    I using the program on my windows 7 install
     
  5. mengchanchai

    mengchanchai MDL Junior Member

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    hi
    i have used "Acronis True Image Echo Enterprise Server V.9.5.8076".
    and backup for
    Windows XP Pro SP3-32bit
    Windows Vista w/SP2 Ultimate -32bit
    Windows Vista w/SP2 Ultimate -64bit
    Windows 7 Ultimate[OEM] -32bit
    Windows 7 Ultimate[OEM] -64bit
    Confirm!!!:D;)
     
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  6. Pasta88

    Pasta88 MDL Addicted

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    cool thx all.
     
  7. mspeedo

    mspeedo MDL Novice

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    Hey guys, how can you run Acronis on Windows 7? I installed Acronis True Image Echo 9.7.8353 Enterprise Server and i can't run it!! Program compatibility assistent don't allow me start the program, even in compatibility mode :confused: I have windows 7 RTM 32bit.
     
  8. mengchanchai

    mengchanchai MDL Junior Member

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    I used "Bootable rescue disk" for backup and recoery.
    Why must i installed it?:confused:
     
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  9. mspeedo

    mspeedo MDL Novice

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    I need to mount my backups as virtual HDD in win7. Now i must convert *.tib files to *.vhd, because *.tib can mount only Acronis software. And converting process takes toooo long and vhd files are much bigger.
     
  10. alexxf

    alexxf MDL Senior Member

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    Me too. Symantec Backup Exec Recovery Disk, very fast and based on WinPE 2.0
     
  11. trichard

    trichard MDL Novice

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    I experience blue screen in win 7 with acronis 2009 ..............:(
     
  12. -jay-

    -jay- MDL Junior Member

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    #12 -jay-, Aug 2, 2009
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    im using Acronis®*True*Image*Home® version 11.0 (build*8,101) works wonders with windows 7 have not tried 2009 yet
     
  13. Banana Joe

    Banana Joe MDL Novice

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    I´ve tried ATIH 2009 build 9770 on Win7 RC and it installs just fine, but has limited functionality. For example it´s not possible to mount .tib images as drives, gives error message so i would not say it´s compatible. Same goes for O&O Diskimage Pro 4.0.191 (similar program to ATIH), also limited functionality under Win7.

    And IF you got the 100 mb system partition at install (only happends if you allow the installer to partition your hdd) i have no clue if a backup from bootable rescue-CD will ever work?
     
  14. mspeedo

    mspeedo MDL Novice

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    #14 mspeedo, Aug 2, 2009
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2009
    I found that in Windows 7 you can mount VHD files as virtual HDD without third party soft, with builtin diskpart utility. If someone want, i made a reg file, which add option for mount and unmount VHD files to rightclick menu. I converted my acronis images to VHD files and using this.
     

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  15. China4Ever

    China4Ever Bios Mod.

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    I'm using latest Acronis True Image Home 2009 and it works fine on Windows 7 Ultimate RTM.
     
  16. tommiy

    tommiy MDL Member

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    Using acronis 11 and mounts and everything work fine......
     
  17. Bagheera

    Bagheera MDL Member

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    I have created a usb stick from the original (boot) CD media from acronis.

    now i boot from usb and backup/restore mine boxes....
     
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  18. piar

    piar MDL Novice

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    How did you do?
     
  19. pezzonovante

    pezzonovante MDL Member

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    Is there a built-in method to mount iso images to virtual CD/DVD drives. In other words, is there a built-in alternative to MagicDisk?
     
  20. TR2N

    TR2N MDL Member

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    Why using Acronis software? There is no official release/build, that supports Windows 7. The internal imaging backup tool works perfect for me.