I bought and installed a new WD 1TB HD as the secondary HD in my desktop computer. With the purchase of the HD I got a free download of Acronis True Image software (WD Edition). Using the Acronis software I successfully cloned my C drive (original HD in computer) to the new HD.
I have been trying - unsuccessfully so far - to clone my C drive to an external HD - a Western Digital Passport 500 GB -using the Acronis software. My goal is to have a drive that I can store offsite and use to boot my computer in the event both HD’s in my desktop computer fail.
10am pst to utc. I have tried doing this using the “Clone Disk” feature in the Acronis software. I have tried doing it both automatically and manually. Every time I have tried I have checked the contents of my WD Passport HD. It is completely empty.
I bought and installed a new WD 1TB HD as the secondary HD in my desktop computer. With the purchase of the HD I got a free download of Acronis True Image software (WD Edition). Using the Acronis software I successfully cloned my C drive (original HD in computer) to the new HD. I have been trying - unsuccessfully so far - to clone my C drive to an external HD - a Western Digital Passport 500. Western Digital Corp. (NASDAQ: WDC) today announced that Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, has selected its Ultrastar® Data60 and Ultrastar Data102 high capacity hybrid storage platforms, in order to meet capacity demands and support the business' long-term expansion plans, efficiently and cost-effectively.
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As a note, every time I have tried it after the required reboot that occurs during the process, the operation status window appears. After a very short time the computer shuts down and reboots. Also, the Tasks Management window shows that every one of my attempts has been successful.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
I am using Acronis True Image 2018 and am attempting to perform a recovery from a My Cloud Home NAS using True Image boot media (WinPE-based media using the “Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK)”). Similar to this post: Asking for username and password when using EasyUS Todo Backup, I am being prompted for a User name and Password, even though within Windows 10 the “Public” folder does not require a User name and Password. The only credentials related to the drive are the email-based User name and password used to access the drive remotely via the WD site or apps. That account information doesn’t work for this login prompt. Since I am unable to successfully login, I receive the error:
“Mycloud-xxxxxx is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.
The Server service is not started.”
I have also tried generic user name/password combinations (admin/admin, guest/guest).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.