Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by bttr, Dec 8, 2004.
Why doesn't Acronis publish a list of supported chips? Then we could check before buying.
I believe that it would be very helpful if all compatibility issues were posted on the web site. I apparently was using a CD burner that was not recognized by TI8. I had to purchase a new CD burner after which time I was able to copy a boot disk.
I’m not sure how I feel about purchasing a new piece of equipment just so that some program will work. Had I known of the conflict, I would have had the information needed to make a more informed decision as to my software purchase.
I’ve recommended a compatibility list in the past but received no response.
Another option would be to ask for the .iso and burn it with something like Nero. Most (maybe all) CD-burning software in the past has worked only with specific burners, but at least with something like Nero, that's their core/only business so they kept up with the newer and obscure models quite well.
With Nero 6, they finally introduced a new feature that automatically inspects CD-burners and (they claim) automatically works with unknown models. I've wondered for a long time, why CD-burning SW wasn't able to do that. I guess it just took a while for the industry to figure it out. Perhaps TI will adopt this mode too at some point. Until then, the list would be nice.
I use a FastTrak S150 TX4 SATA RAID Controller with two 10,000 RPM Western Digital Raptor Drives running RAID 0 Striping configuration for maximum speed. It does not work with TI-8! What should I do? I already paid. Please fix/update the software to repair this!!! My paid copy is worthless to me without this feature!!!
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Thank you for your interest in Acronis True Image (http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/trueimage/).
We do support all controllers under Windows. We are trying to support all controllers under Acronis True Image standalone version. If you have a problem with Acronis True Image standalone version please contact email@example.com and send us the diagnostic information described here: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=55317
Same here. If I'd known I wouldn't be able to boot and restore to a SATA drive I'd never purchased TI.
Oh well, I think I'll go flush more of my money down the toilet...
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