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To create Acronis bootable rescue media: 1. Connect a removable drive to your Mac. The drive must have 4 GB (or more) of free space. For example, you can use an external hard drive or a USB flash drive. Note that CD and DVD media are not supported. Open Acronis True Image 2018. In the File menu, click Create Rescue Media. The Acronis Media Builder window opens. The ISO file that you download from the website is available in English only. If you want to use a localized bootable media, create it in the installed Acronis product on your machine. Acronis True Image Bootable Iso To Usb. Acronis Backup 12.5 is the world’s easiest and fastest backup solution for all your data, whether it is located on-premises, in remote systems, in private and public clouds, or on mobile devices. With enhanced backup validation and blockchain-based authentication of your backups with Acronis Notary™, Acronis Backup 12.5 is the most reliable backup solution on the market today. Home Acronis Business Products Discussions Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 & 11 Forum How to burn the downloaded ISO to a USB disk Welcome to Acronis Community! Log in to follow, share, and participate in this community. 'A work-a-round is to create a bootable flash drive with another 'removable' type. Then Image it with Acronis. Then restore that image to your 'fixed' usb drive.

** I initially posted all of this in the wrong forum thread, so I am going to try and copy/paste most of it here


We had a USB bootable media that was made a few years ago; however, recently the USB stick became corrupt/unreadable.

I attempted to create another one, but at the last part of the creation process I receive the error:

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A removable storage I/O error

Error code: 0x100406


$module = 'media_builder_vs_1808'

Tag: 0x23A580C4B3E5C9C5

I/O object 'SimpleDisk' is readonly.

Error code: 0x100402

$module = 'media_builder_vs_1808'

Tag: 0x23A580C4B3E5C88B

I have tried various USB drives all formatted in FAT32. None of the drives are read only. I have also tried to instead create an ISO file and then take that ISO file and use a tool such as Rufus to create a bootable media; however, Rufus says the ISO file is either non-bootable or it uses a boot or compression method that is not supported by Rufus.

Any help with this would be greatly appreciated!


Steve had suggested I do the following, and I have done the below:

Kenny, welcome to these public User Forums.

I would suggest using the following procedure to prepare your USB drive media:

list disk (to identify USB drive, i.e. 1)
select disk 1
create partition primary
format fs=fat32 quick

Please ensure that you identify the correct USB drive before using the clean command - it won't ask for any confirmation and will do as promised!


What size of USB drive are you using here? Minimum size is 2GB and Max should be 32GB if working with USB sticks / flash drives. A USB HDD can be larger but is a waste of drive space to use any larger for a FAT32 rescue media partition.

Beyond the above, if you have multiple USB ports, then try a different port, ideally use one which is directly connected to the motherboard.


Steve, thank you for the prompt reply.

I have completed the formatting using the steps you outlined. I also made sure to use a USB port that is directly connected to the motherboard.

The original USB we had was a 128GB USB stick; however the new one I am currently trying to use is a 32GB SanDisk.

After using the above steps you mentioned, I tried to create the bootable media and again received the same exact error. Does the error information I provided in the original post give any insight to what could be causing this?

Thank you


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Can someone tell us how to create an UEFI USB bootable media with Acronis Snap 5 with the ISO file?

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Acronis Snap Deploy 5 bootable media supports both BIOS and UEFI architecture.


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Acronis Snap Deploy 5 bootable media supports both BIOS and UEFI architecture.


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Yes I know that ISO file support Bios/UEFI option, but that is not my question.

I need help to know how to put the ISO media file in to USB.

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Do you mean a USB flash or USB HDD? If the latter, then there could be only workarounds as Acronis Snap Deploy can only place a bootable component onto a USB flash drive. The easiest workaround was suggested by one of our experienced MVPs here

'A work-a-round is to create a bootable flash drive with another 'removable' type. then Image it with Acronis.. then restore that image to your 'fixed' usb drive. It now works. You can also use this method to add Acronis bootable media to a larger external hard drive. However, be advised that restoring an image to a single parition drive will format it completley. Instead, you may want ot parition about 1GB free at the begiinning of such a disk and restore the image to it so that the remainng data is not impacted.'

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