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Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1 What is Acronis® True Image WD Edition?
1.2 New in Acronis True Image WD Edition
1.3 System requirements and supported media
1.3.1 Minimum system requirements
1.3.2 Supported operating systems
1.3.3 Supported file systems
1.3.4 Supported storage media
1.4 Technical support
Chapter 2. Acronis True Image WD Edition installation and startup
2.1 Installing Acronis True Image WD Edition
2.2 Extracting Acronis True Image WD Edition
2.3 Running Acronis True Image WD Edition
2.4 Upgrading and updating Acronis True Image WD Edition
2.5 Removing Acronis True Image WD Edition
Chapter 3. General information and proprietary Acronis technologies
3.1 What is a disk/partition image?
3.2 Full backups
3.3 Viewing disk and partition information
3.4 Drive Cleanser®
Chapter 4. Using Acronis True Image WD Edition
4.1 Program workspace
4.2 Available operations
Chapter 5. Creating backup archives
5.1 The backup procedure
5.1.1 My Computer backup
3. Go to 5.1.2 Selecting the backup destination
5.1.2 Selecting the backup destination
5.1.3 Selecting the backup options
5.1.4 Providing a comment
5.1.5 The operation summary and the backup process
5.2 Setting backup options
5.2.1 Compression level
5.2.2 Backup performance
5.2.3 Archive splitting
5.2.4 Media components
5.2.5 Additional settings
Chapter 6. Restoring the backup data
6.1 Restore under Windows or boot from CD?
6.1.1 Network settings in rescue mode
6.2 Restoring disks/partitions or files from images
6.2.1 Starting the Restore Data Wizard
6.2.2 Archive selection
6.2.3 Restoration type selection
6.2.4 Selecting a disk/partition to restore
6.2.5 Selecting a target disk/partition
6.2.6 Changing the restored partition type
6.2.7 Changing the restored partition file system
6.2.8 Changing the restored partition size and location
6.2.9 Assigning a letter to the restored partition
6.2.10 Restoring several disks or partitions at once
6.2.11 Setting restore options
6.2.12 Restoration summary and executing restoration
6.3 Setting restore options
6.3.1 Restoration priority
6.3.2 Additional settings
Chapter 7. Creating bootable media
Chapter 8. Other operations
8.1 Validating backup archives
8.2 Viewing logs
Chapter 9. Exploring archives and mounting images
9.1 Mounting an image
9.2 Unmounting an image
Chapter 10. Transferring the system to a new disk
10.1 General information
10.2 Security
10.3 Executing transfers
10.3.1 Selecting Clone mode
10.3.2 Selecting source disk
10.3.3 Selecting destination disk
10.3.4 Partitioned destination disk
10.3.5 Old and new disk partition layout
10.3.6 Selecting partition transfer method
10.3.7 Partitioning the old disk
10.3.8 Old and new disk partition layouts
10.3.9 Cloning summary
10.4 Cloning with manual partitioning
10.4.1 Old and new disk partition layouts
11.3 Disk add summary
Chapter 12. Acronis DriveCleanser
12.1 Selecting destination hard disk
12.2 Destroying parameters
12.3 DriveCleanser summary
Appendix A. Partitions and file systems
A.1 Hard disk partitions
A.2 File systems
A.2.1 FAT16
A.2.2 FAT32
A.2.3 NTFS
Appendix B. Hard disks and BIOS setup
B.1 Installing hard disks in computers
B.1.1 Installing a hard disk, general scheme
B.1.2 Motherboard sockets, IDE cable, power cable
B.1.3 Configuring hard disk drives, jumpers
B.2 BIOS
B.2.1 Setup utility
B.2.2 Standard CMOS setup menu
B.2.3 Arranging boot sequence, advanced CMOS setup menu
B.2.4 Hard disk initialization errors
Appendix C. Startup Parameters
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