I am at the edge of my control trying not to write crazy %*&^%^%$ expletives here. This product is not up to 2013 standards. This product does NOT take into account basic user-friendly dilalogues that NEED to be there for home users. You have to be a systems engineer to use this product. I AM, and I STILL AM PULLING MY HAIR OUT trying to get it to do the most simple tasks. I'm just copying files here. Why in the world would it crash this OS after a backup is made? I'm just copying files, making backups partition by partition onto separate external media.
Acronis True Image Home 2011 BROKE this RAID 0 array. Now when the Win 7 Pro OS is booting it displays the message "Disk #0 is not a RAID disk" . WTF???? I backed up two separate partitions, on two different external drives, partition 1 (system), and partition 2 (data), and it BROKE my RAID 0 array. I had Windows 7 installed WITHOUT the hidden boot partition - IT WAS ALL ON PARTITION 1. AND IT STILL F__KED UP!!! This product cannot even successfully image a system partition without a critical "NTLDR MISSING" error when you try to reboot the PC.
CAN YOU IMAGINE????? I'm trying to make my client's life easier by backing up their PC's and then they DON'T REBOOT after the backup process??!!!!!!
Horrible!! This product is labeled HOME, not "FOR IT PROS ONLY".
I haven't even got into the craziness the 2013 version caused me in another scenario where I was trying to backup a laptop with the hidden Windows 7 Dell partition and could not boot from the C drive I backed up. That was my fault - lack of understanding of how Windows 7 hides the boot partition. But a little warning would have been nice.