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1 Introduction
1.1 What is Acronis® True Image WD Edition?
1.2 Acronis True Image WD Edition basic concepts
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
2 Acronis True Image WD Edition installation and startup
2.1 Installing Acronis True Image WD Edition
2.2 Running Acronis True Image WD Edition
2.3 Removing Acronis True Image WD Edition
3.6 Booting from system image tib files
4 Preparing for disaster recovery
4.1 How to best prepare for a disaster
4.1.1 Recommendations for testing that your backups can be used for recovery
4.1.2 Additional recommendations
4.2 Testing bootable rescue media
4.3 Creating a custom rescue CD
5 Getting to know Acronis True Image WD Edition
5.1 Program workspace
5.2 Main screens
5.3 Options screen
6 Creating backup archives
6.1 Preparing for your first backup
6.2 Deciding what data to back up
6.3 Some typical backup scenarios
6.3.1 Backing up a system partition
6.3.2 Backing up an entire system disk
6.3.4 Backing up to a network share
7 Additional backup features
7.1 Backup Wizard – detailed information
7.1.1 Selecting what data to back up
7.1.2 Selecting archive location
7.1.3 Backup method
7.1.4 Selecting the backup options
7.1.5 Providing a comment
7.1.6 The backup process
7.2 Fine-tuning your backups
7.2.1 Backup options
7.2.2 Local storage settings
8 Data recovery with Acronis True Image WD Edition
8.1 Recovering your system partition
8.2 Recovering a disk backup to a different capacity hard disk
8.2.1 Recovering a disk without a hidden partition
8.2.2 Recovering a disk with a hidden partition
8.3 Recovering a data partition or disk
8.4 Recovering files and folders
8.4.1 Recovering files and folders from image archives
9 Additional recovery information
9.1 Recovery Wizard - detailed information
9.1.1 Starting the Recovery Wizard
9.1.2 Archive selection
9.1.3 Recovery method selection
9.1.4 Selecting a disk/partition to recover
9.1.5 Selecting a target disk/partition
9.1.6 Changing the recovered partition type
9.1.7 Changing the recovered partition size and location
9.1.8 Assigning a letter to the recovered partition
9.1.9 Setting recovery options
9.1.10 Executing recovery
9.2 Setting default recovery options
9.2.1 File recovery options
9.2.2 Overwrite file options
9.2.3 Recovery priority
10 Creating bootable media
10.1 Creating Linux-based rescue media
11 Exploring archives and mounting images
11.1 Mounting an image
11.2 Unmounting an image
12 Searching backup archives and their content
12.1 Searching
12.2 Windows Search and Google Desktop integration
12.2.1 Using Google Desktop with Acronis True Image WD Edition
12.2.2 Using Windows Search with Acronis True Image WD Edition
13 Other operations
13.1 Validating backup archives
13.2 Viewing Tasks and Logs
13.3 Managing backup archives
13.4 Removing backup archives
13.5 Moving backup archives
14 Transferring the system to a new disk
14.1 General information
14.2 Security
14.3 Executing transfers
14.3.1 Selecting Clone mode
14.3.2 Selecting source disk
14.3.3 Selecting destination disk
14.3.4 Partitioned destination disk
14.3.5 Selecting partition transfer method
14.3.6 Cloning with manual partitioning
14.3.7 Cloning summary
15 Adding a new hard disk
15.1 Selecting a hard disk
15.2 Creating new partitions
15.3 Disk add summary
16 Security and Privacy Tools
16.1 Acronis DriveCleanser
16.2 Creating custom algorithms of data destruction
17 Troubleshooting
17.1 General
17.2 Installation issues
17.3 Backup and validation issues
17.4 Recovery issues
17.5 Bootability after recovery issues
17.6 Other issues
18 Hard Disks and Boot Sequence
18.1 Arranging boot sequence in BIOS
18.2 Installing hard disk drives in computers
18.2.1 Installing an IDE hard disk drive, general scheme
18.2.2 Motherboard sockets, IDE cable, power cable
18.2.3 Configuring hard disk drives, jumpers
18.2.4 Installing a SATA hard drive
18.2.5 Steps for installing a new internal SATA drive
18.3 Hard Disk Wiping methods
18.3.1 Functioning principles of Information wiping methods
18.3.2 Information wiping methods used by Acronis
19 Startup Parameters
19.1 Description
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Published by: Jovita Osses Aguilera on Sep 27, 2011
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