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I purchased a new Dell XPS 8930 computer and I am trying to restore my system from my old computer using Acronis 2019 and bootable WinPe media that includes the new computer's driver set.

With the new computer I can access the Seagate Personal Cloud NAS device without any problem, and can see all of the backup files I need to use to restore my system from within Windows File Explorer.

When I boot up the computer using the WinPe bootable media, I am unable to access this NAS device. I can click on NAS connections but there is no dialog to authenticate my access, and no display of any drive. I tried assigning a network drive in Windows but the assigned drive is not available in the boot media interface.

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My NAS device is connected to the same home network as this new computer through Ethernet cable to my router.

The system backup is too large to move to any other media to perform the restore.

How can establish a connection to this NAS device?

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If the NAS has a 'device name' by which other devices can 'see' the NAS, you could try using that name. (The NAS has to have the 'correct' services running for it to be discovered as a NAS.) You select network, and there is a place at the top where you can type in either IP address or device name. For my Synology NAS I type in:

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//DISKSTATION/homes/ and then get prompted for user name and password (not sure if it works if user and password are not required to get access - by that I mean Acronis expect both to be required.

Ian

Gigabyte Aorus GA-AX370-Gaming 5 M/B; AMD Ryzen 1700X; 16gig RAM; 2 x 500 gig Samsung 970 EVO PCIe NVMe, 1 x 250 gig Samsung 960 EVO PCIe NVMe drives + other drives (Windows 10 Pro 64)
Gigabyte Aorus B360 Gaming 3M/B, Intel i5 9400; 16gig RAM; 1 x 500 gig Samsung EVO Plus PCIe NVMe + 1 x 250 gig Samsung 960 EVO PCIe NVMe + other drives (Windows 10 Enterprise 64)
Gigabyte Aorus H370 Gaming 3M/B, Intel i5 9400; 16gig RAM; 1 x 500 gig Samsung EVO Plus PCIe NVMe + 3 x Kingston HyerX Fury 240gig RAID 5 + other drives (Windows 10 Enterprise 64)
Synology DS414 NAS 4 x 4TB WD Red HDD

Products: True Image 2020 (latest build); Disk Director 12.5
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Ian:

When I use the bootable media on the navigation on the left side of the screen, I can see these listed: 'My NAS connections' and 'Network'. Office chair 300 lbs. Expanding either of these does not show my NAS device.

If I select 'My NAS connections' the right side indicates 'No items to display' If I enter my NAS device name in the File Name field as 'myCloud-SMW-ALW' or any variation of the full file name or sub-directory of the Acronis backup file, the OK button is not enabled.

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If I try to expand 'Network' my network tree does not display aside from from the sub-directory 'Entire Network' Clicking on this directory displays no information.

Everything else on my new computer that is connected by a USB connection displays in the bootable media when viewing Browse for Location. Everything except what is on my network.

If I go to the Network Options in Tools & Utilities, and try to view the network adaptors - nothing is displayed. In reading the help for this screen, it appears I should be able to establish the network protocals for accessing my network. None of this appears on my screen,

So this must mean a service is not running when I boot the device using the bootable media. How do I get the 'correct' services to run while booting from the WinPe bootable media?

Is there something in the creation of the bootable media that should have included to allow this software to 'see' my network?

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Not sure ikf it makes a difference, but I use the Linux convention of

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//DISKSTATION/

rather than the windows convention of

DISKSTATION

2020

as most NAS run a version of Linux.

Ian

Gigabyte Aorus GA-AX370-Gaming 5 M/B; AMD Ryzen 1700X; 16gig RAM; 2 x 500 gig Samsung 970 EVO PCIe NVMe, 1 x 250 gig Samsung 960 EVO PCIe NVMe drives + other drives (Windows 10 Pro 64)
Gigabyte Aorus B360 Gaming 3M/B, Intel i5 9400; 16gig RAM; 1 x 500 gig Samsung EVO Plus PCIe NVMe + 1 x 250 gig Samsung 960 EVO PCIe NVMe + other drives (Windows 10 Enterprise 64)
Gigabyte Aorus H370 Gaming 3M/B, Intel i5 9400; 16gig RAM; 1 x 500 gig Samsung EVO Plus PCIe NVMe + 3 x Kingston HyerX Fury 240gig RAID 5 + other drives (Windows 10 Enterprise 64)
Synology DS414 NAS 4 x 4TB WD Red HDD

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Products: True Image 2020 (latest build); Disk Director 12.5
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Most likely the driver for your network adapter is missing from WinPE. You can add the driver during the build process for WinPE. See this article https://www.acronis.com/en-us/blog/posts/power-user-insights-advanced-winpere-driver-injection-acronis-media-builder