How to Create and Use Acronis True Image 2013 Boot Iso
Acronis True Image 2013 is a powerful backup and recovery software that allows you to create an exact image of your system, including all your data, applications, and settings. With Acronis True Image 2013, you can restore your system to a previous state in case of a disaster, such as a virus attack, hardware failure, or accidental deletion.
One of the features of Acronis True Image 2013 is the ability to create a bootable media with a backup file on it. This means that you can have a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive that contains both the Acronis software and a backup of your system. This way, you can boot your computer from the media and restore your system without installing anything.
In this article, we will show you how to create and use Acronis True Image 2013 boot iso.
How to Create Acronis True Image 2013 Boot Iso
To create Acronis True Image 2013 boot iso, you will need the following:
A removable media (CD/DVD/USB flash drive) formatted in FAT32;
A computer with Acronis True Image 2013 installed and activated;
A partition or disk that you want to back up.
Follow these steps to create Acronis True Image 2013 boot iso:
Start Acronis True Image 2013, go to Backup and recovery and select Disk and partition backup [^2^];
Select a partition or the whole disk to back up [^2^];
As a backup location, select the removable media (CD/DVD/Flash) [^2^];
Select option Make this media bootable [^2^];
Click Back up now [^2^].
(!) Bootable media with a backup file can only be created when using Acronis True Image 2013 in Windows. It is impossible to create such media in bootable environment [^2^].
If the size of the backup does not fit one piece of media (e.g. CD), the file will be split into several volumes. In this case, the bootable piece will be the first one [^2^].
How to Use Acronis True Image 2013 Boot Iso
To use Acronis True Image 2013 boot iso, you will need the following:
The bootable media with a backup file that you created;
A computer that you want to restore.
Follow these steps to use Acronis True Image 2013 boot iso:
Insert the bootable media into the computer that you want to restore;
Boot the computer from the media. You may need to change the boot order in the BIOS settings;
You will see the Acronis True Image 2013 interface. Select Recover from the menu;
Select Browse for backup from the list of available backups;
Navigate to the backup file on the media and select it;
Follow the on-screen instructions to restore your system.
Why Choose Acronis True Image 2013
Acronis True Image 2013 is not just a backup software, but a comprehensive cyber protection solution that offers many features and benefits for your PC. Here are some of the reasons why you should choose Acronis True Image 2013:
It supports Windows 8*, the latest operating system from Microsoft. You can switch to the new OS as soon as it becomes publicly available and keep your system protected [^1^];
It allows you to access your data anytime, anywhere with a web-based interface to the Acronis Cloud. You can also get a free app for your mobile device (iOS and Android) to access your files stored in the cloud [^1^];
It lets you synchronise your files between local or network folders, multiple PCs, with your mobile device and the Acronis Cloud. You can also share files easily with anyone, Acronis user or not, with a permanent link [^1^];
It uses Acronis' patented disk imaging and bare metal restore technologies to create an exact copy of your system and restore it without reinstalling any software [^2^];
It offers incremental and differential backups to save time and storage space. You can also exclude files and folders that you don't want to back up [^1^];
It provides Acronis Startup Recovery Manager and Acronis Secure Zone to boot your system from a hidden partition or a secure area on your hard drive in case of a failure [^1^];
It encrypts your backups with Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) to protect your data from unauthorized access [^1^];
It includes privacy tools to wipe out personal data from your system or media [^1^];
It features Nonstop Backup to deliver continuous system and data protection, so you never lose valuable data [^1^];
It has Try&Decide mode to create a safe environment where you can browse the web or try new software, then keep or discard changes to your system [^1^].
How to Get Acronis True Image 2013
If you are interested in trying or buying Acronis True Image 2013, you can visit the official website of Acronis at https://www.acronis.com/en-us/products/true-image/. There you can find more information about the product, download a free trial version, or purchase a license. You can also contact Acronis customer support if you have any questions or issues.
Acronis True Image 2013 is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8*. It requires at least 1 GB of RAM, 1.5 GB of free disk space, and a CD-RW/DVD-RW drive or USB flash drive for bootable media creation.
*Released version of Windows 8 once it has become publicly available. 061ffe29dd