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In Acronis True Image you can recover files and folders both from file-level backups or from disk and Entire PC backups. You can restore files using Acronis True Image or in Windows Explorer.

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Acronis True Image must be installed on the computer in order to perform recovery under Windows.

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How to restore files in Acronis True Image

To recover files and folders:

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  1. Start Acronis True Image and click Backup on the sidebar
  2. From the backup list, select the backup which contains the files or folders that you want to recover:
  3. On the right panel, click Recovery:
  4. Acronis True Image will display possible recovery modes for this backup. Depending on type of backup, possible recovery modes are: Entire PC, Disks, Partitions, Files. Select Files
  5. If necessary, select backup version (data state on specific date and time). By default the latest backup version is selected:
  6. Select the files and folders that you want to recover, and then click Next:
  7. Select a destination on your computer to where you want to recover selected files/folders.
    • You can recover data to its original location, as selected by default
    • Or choose a new one, if necessary. To choose a new location, click the Browse button:
  8. When needed, set the options for the recovery process (recovery process priority, file-level security settings, etc.). To set the options, click Recovery options. The options you set here will be applied only to the current recovery operation. You can learn more about recovery options in product documentation
  9. To start the recovery process, click the Recover now button.
    You can stop the recovery by clicking Cancel. Please keep in mind that the aborted recovery may still cause changes in the destination folder.

How to restore files in File Explorer

To recover files and folders directly from File Explorer on a machine where Acronis True Image 2020 is installed:

  1. Double-click the corresponding .tib file, and then browse to the file or folder that you want to recover:
  2. Drag and drop or copy and paste the file to a selected folder:

Note: The copied files lose the 'Compressed' and 'Encrypted' attribute. If you need to keep these attributes, it is recommended to perform a recovery via Acronis True Image as described above.

If the backup is shown as empty when browsing it in Windows Explorer, rename the folder C:Users<your Windows account name>AppDataLocalVirtualStoreProgramDataAcronisTrueImageHomeDatabase, reboot the computer and try again.

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Using Acronis True Image you can clone basic disks, both MBR and GPT.

Acronis True Image does not allow to clone a single partition; only cloning of an entire disk is possible.

If you are planning to clone a disk from your laptop, please see Cloning laptop hard disk.
Recent versions of Acronis True Image can perform active cloning under Windows/macOS. See the following articles for more information:

The term 'Active Cloning' refers to a disk cloning operation that does not require you to reboot the computer to complete the operation. Please note that in some cases Acronis True Image will still ask for reboot, disk will be cloned offline, and then computer will reboot back into Windows.

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Prerequisites

Source and target disks must have equal logical sector size. Cloning to a disk with different logical sector size is not supported. E.g., you can clone a 512 bytes/sector disk to 512 bytes/sector disk; you can clone a 4096 bytes/sector disk to 4096 bytes/sector disk; but you cannot clone a disk with logical sector size 512 bytes to disk with logical sector size 4096 bytes.

Click here to learn how to check disk's sector size:
  • Go to Start -> Run -> msinfo32
  • Navigate to Components -> Storage -> Disks and find the desired disk.
  • Sector size will be displayed in the Bytes/Sector line:

Only basic disks can be cloned with Acronis True Image. You cannot clone dynamic disks.

Checking if you have basic or dynamic disks

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You can use Windows Disk Management to see if you have basic or dynamic disks:

  • Hit Start-Run and type in diskmgmt.msc
  • If it shows Basic, then you can do the cloning:
  • If it shows Dynamic, then cloning is not possible:

Source disk volumes can be cloned to the target disk 'as is' or resized proportionally. It is possible to clone a larger disk to a smaller one, provided that the smaller hard disk has enough capacity to fit the contents of the larger disk.

It is recommended that your old and new hard drives work in the same controller mode (for example, IDE or AHCI). Otherwise, your computer might not start from the new hard drive.

If you clone a disk with Windows to an external USB hard drive, you might not be able to boot from it. We recommend cloning to an internal SSD or HDD instead.

It is recommended not to format the source hard disk after the cloning until you are sure that the cloned target disk boots fine.
Cloning RAID disks

Cloning is supported only for simple disk partitioning systems, such as MBR and GPT. Acronis True Image cannot clone RAIDs set up as LVM or LDM. Hardware RAIDs and storage spaces can be cloned provided the environment where Acronis product is running (e.g. operating system) supports them, as Acronis True Image gets the information about RAID configuration from the environment. Cloning of a hardware RAID will work if a reboot is not required: after reboot, the operation continues in standalone version of Acronis True Image, where support of all hardware RAID configurations is not guaranteed and thus the cloning operation may fail after reboot. Acronis development team is working on improving hardware RAID support in bootable environment.

Step-by-step guide

If you use Acronis True Image 2017 or earlier version and you are going to do system disk cloning, we recommend that you do it using Acronis Bootable Media .

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Even when you start cloning in Windows, the computer may reboot into the Linux environment the same as when booting from Linux-based rescue media. Because of this, it is better to clone using rescue media. For example, there may be a case when your hard disk drives are detected in Windows and not detected in bootable media environment. If this is the case, the cloning operation will fail after reboot. When booting from the rescue media, you can make sure that Acronis True Image detects both the source and target disks before starting the cloning operation.

Cloning from Acronis Bootable Media
  1. Create Acronis Bootable Media.
  2. Boot your computer from Acronis Bootable Media and select Tools -> Clone disk:
  3. Select the Automatic mode to have your old disk's partitions automatically and proportionally resized to fit the new disk:
  4. Select your old hard disk as the source disk and click Next:
  5. Select the new hard disk as the destination disk and click Next:
  6. If the destination disk is partitioned, click OK to allow the product to erase all data from the destination disk (required to do the cloning):
  7. Review the operation on the Summary window and click Proceed to start the cloning:
  8. When the cloning completes, shut down the system and remove one of the hard drives.

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  1. Run Acronis True Image and go to Tools -> Clone disk:
  2. Select the Automatic mode to have your old disk's partitions automatically and proportionally resized to fit the new disk:
  3. Select your old hard disk as the source disk and click Next:
  4. Select the new hard disk as the destination disk and click Next:
  5. If the destination disk is partitioned, click OK to allow the product to erase all data from the destination disk (required to do the cloning):
  6. Review the operation on the Summary window and click Proceed to start the cloning:
  7. If you are cloning a disk with currently active operating system, the program may ask for a reboot. Press Reboot to continue cloning:

    If you press Cancel, the operation will be aborted.

  8. When the cloning completes, you will be offered to press any key to shut down the computer. Shut down the system and remove one of the hard drives:

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