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Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Review: Pros and Cons


Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770: A Complete Guide




If you are looking for a reliable and easy way to backup and restore your system, you might want to consider using Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770. This is a standalone version of Acronis True Image 2020 that you can use to boot a crashed machine or a machine without any operating system and restore an image of your system. In this article, we will explain what Acronis True Image 2020 is, what a bootable ISO is, how to create and use one, and answer some frequently asked questions.




Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770



What is Acronis True Image 2020?




Acronis True Image 2020 is a powerful and comprehensive backup and recovery software that allows you to protect your data, applications, and system from any disaster. With Acronis True Image 2020, you can:


  • Create full-image backups of your entire system or selected partitions.



  • Backup individual files and folders, including network shares and cloud storage.



  • Backup your mobile devices, including contacts, photos, videos, calendars, and messages.



  • Backup your social media accounts, such as Facebook and Instagram.



  • Encrypt your backups with AES-256 encryption and password protection.



  • Compress your backups to save storage space and bandwidth.



  • Schedule your backups to run automatically at predefined times or events.



  • Restore your backups to the same or different hardware, including dissimilar hardware with Universal Restore.



  • Restore your backups to virtual machines or cloud services.



  • Clone your disks to migrate your system or data to another drive.



  • Create bootable media or survival kit to recover your system in case of failure.



  • Monitor your backup status and activity with notifications and reports.



  • Manage your backups remotely with web-based console or mobile app.



  • Protect your system from ransomware attacks with Active Protection.



Acronis True Image 2020 is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 SP1, Windows Home Server 2011, macOS Catalina 10.15, macOS Mojave 10.14, macOS High Sierra 10.13, macOS Sierra 10.12, OS X El Capitan 10.11, iOS 8.0 or later, Android 4.1 or later, and various file systems, such as NTFS, FAT32, Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, ReiserFS, Linux SWAP, HFS+/HFSX, APFS (read-only).


What is a bootable ISO?




A bootable ISO is an image file that contains all the necessary files and instructions to boot a computer from an optical drive or a USB flash drive. A bootable ISO can be used to run an operating system or a software application without installing it on the hard drive. A bootable ISO can be useful for troubleshooting, testing, or installing a system or software.


Advantages of using a bootable ISO




Some of the advantages of using a bootable ISO are:


  • You can boot a computer that has no operating system or a corrupted system.



  • You can access and recover your data from a damaged or inaccessible drive.



  • You can scan and remove viruses, malware, or ransomware from your system.



  • You can backup or restore your system or data without loading the operating system.



  • You can install a new operating system or software without affecting your existing system or data.



  • You can test or evaluate a new operating system or software without committing to it.



  • You can run a portable operating system or software from any computer.



How to create a bootable ISO from Acronis True Image 2020




Acronis True Image 2020 allows you to create a bootable ISO file that contains the Acronis True Image 2020 software and the drivers for your hardware. You can use this bootable ISO file to create a bootable media, such as a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, that you can use to boot and restore your system. Here are the steps to create a bootable ISO from Acronis True Image 2020:


On a Windows computer




  • Launch Acronis True Image 2020 and click on the Tools tab.



  • Click on Rescue Media Builder.



  • Select Acronis Bootable Media and click Next.



  • Select Simple mode and click Next.



  • Select ISO image file as the media destination and click Next.



  • Select the components and drivers that you want to include in the bootable ISO file and click Next.



  • Choose a location and name for the bootable ISO file and click Proceed.



  • Wait for the process to complete and click Finish.



On a Mac computer




  • Launch Acronis True Image 2020 and click on the Tools tab.



  • Click on Create Bootable Media.



  • Select Acronis Bootable Media and click Next.



  • Select Simple mode and click Next.



  • Select ISO image file as the media destination and click Next.



  • Select the components and drivers that you want to include in the bootable ISO file and click Next.



  • Choose a location and name for the bootable ISO file and click Proceed.



  • Wait for the process to complete and click Finish.



How to use Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770




Once you have created a bootable ISO file from Acronis True Image 2020, you can use it to create a bootable media, such as a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, that you can use to boot and restore your system. Here are the steps to use Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770:


How to boot from the bootable ISO




On a Windows computer




  • Burn the bootable ISO file to a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive using any burning software, such as Rufus or ImgBurn. Alternatively, you can mount the bootable ISO file as a virtual drive using any mounting software, such as Daemon Tools or Virtual CloneDrive.



  • Insert the bootable media into your computer or connect the virtual drive.



  • Restart your computer and press the appropriate key to enter the BIOS setup menu. The key may vary depending on your computer model, but it is usually one of the following: F1, F2, F10, F12, Esc, or Del.



  • In the BIOS setup menu, go to the Boot tab and change the boot order so that the bootable media is the first option. Save the changes and exit the BIOS setup menu.



  • Your computer will reboot from the bootable media and load Acronis True Image 2020. You will see the Acronis logo and then the main screen of Acronis True Image 2020. You can now use it to backup or restore your system or data.



On a Mac computer




  • Burn the bootable ISO file to a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive using any burning software, such as Disk Utility or Et cher. Alternatively, you can mount the bootable ISO file as a virtual drive using any mounting software, such as VirtualBox or VMware Fusion.



  • Insert the bootable media into your Mac or connect the virtual drive.



  • Restart your Mac and hold down the Option key until you see the Startup Manager screen. You will see a list of available boot options, including the bootable media.



  • Select the bootable media and press Enter. Your Mac will boot from the bootable media and load Acronis True Image 2020. You will see the Acronis logo and then the main screen of Acronis True Image 2020. You can now use it to backup or restore your system or data.



How to restore your system from the bootable ISO




If you have a backup of your system created with Acronis True Image 2020, you can use the bootable ISO to restore it to your computer. Here are the steps to restore your system from the bootable ISO:


Selecting a backup to restore




  • Boot your computer from the bootable ISO as described above.



  • On the main screen of Acronis True Image 2020, click on Recover.



  • Select Browse for backup if you want to locate your backup manually, or select Select from list if you want to choose from the available backups on your computer or connected devices.



  • Navigate to the location of your backup and select it. You will see the details of your backup, such as the date, size, and contents.



  • Click on Recover PC to restore your entire system, or click on Recover files to restore individual files or folders.



Performing the recovery operation




  • If you selected Recover PC, you will see a screen where you can choose the destination for your recovery. You can select the same disk as the original system, or a different disk if you want to migrate your system or data. You can also adjust the partition layout and size if needed.



  • Click on Start recovery to begin the recovery operation. You will see a progress bar and a summary of the operation. The recovery time may vary depending on the size and speed of your backup and destination.



  • When the recovery operation is complete, click on Finish. You will be prompted to restart your computer. Remove the bootable media and restart your computer. Your system should be restored to the state of your backup.



  • If you selected Recover files, you will see a screen where you can browse and select the files or folders that you want to restore. You can use the search function or the filters to find the files that you need.



  • Click on Recover Now to start the recovery operation. You will be asked to choose a destination for your recovery. You can select any location on your computer or connected devices, but avoid overwriting the original files if you want to keep them.



  • Click on OK to begin the recovery operation. You will see a progress bar and a summary of the operation. The recovery time may vary depending on the size and speed of your backup and destination.



  • When the recovery operation is complete, click on Finish. You will be able to access your restored files or folders from the destination that you chose.



Conclusion




In this article, we have explained what Acronis True Image 2020 is, what a bootable ISO is, how to create and use one, and answered some frequently asked questions. We hope that this article has helped you understand how Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770 can help you backup and restore your system in a simple and effective way.


Summary of the main points




  • Acronis True Image 2020 is a powerful and comprehensive backup and recovery software that allows you to protect your data, applications, and system from any disaster.



  • A bootable ISO is an image file that contains all the necessary files and instructions to boot a computer from an optical drive or a USB flash drive.



  • You can create a bootable ISO from Acronis True Image 2020 using the Rescue Media Builder tool on Windows or Mac computers.



  • You can use Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770 to create a bootable media that you can use to boot and restore your system from any backup that you have created with Acronis True Image 2020.



FAQs




  • Q: What is the difference between Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770 and Acron is True Image 2020 Bootable Media?



  • A: Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770 is a specific version of Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable Media that has been released as an ISO file. Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable Media is a generic term that refers to any bootable media that contains Acronis True Image 2020 software and drivers. You can create your own bootable media from Acronis True Image 2020 using the Rescue Media Builder tool, or you can download the bootable ISO file from the Acronis website.



  • Q: How can I update Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770?



  • A: You can update Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770 by downloading the latest version of the bootable ISO file from the Acronis website and burning it to a new bootable media. Alternatively, you can update Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable Media by running the Update tool on the main screen of Acronis True Image 2020 when you boot from the bootable media. This will download and install the latest updates for the software and drivers.



  • Q: How can I verify the integrity of Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770?



  • A: You can verify the integrity of Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770 by checking the SHA256 checksum of the bootable ISO file. The SHA256 checksum is a unique code that identifies the file and ensures that it has not been corrupted or tampered with. You can find the SHA256 checksum of the bootable ISO file on the Acronis website, and you can compare it with the checksum of the file that you have downloaded using any checksum verification tool, such as HashCalc or WinMD5.



  • Q: How can I contact Acronis support if I have any issues with Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770?



  • A: You can contact Acronis support if you have any issues with Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770 by visiting the Acronis website and choosing one of the following options: chat with an agent, submit a ticket, call a phone number, or join a community forum. You can also access the user guide, video tutorials, knowledge base, and FAQ sections on the website for more information and guidance.



  • Q: How can I provide feedback or suggestions for Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770?



  • A: You can provide feedback or suggestions for Acronis True Image 2020 Bootable ISO Build 20770 by visiting the Acronis website and clicking on the Feedback button at the bottom right corner of the page. You can also join the Acronis Beta Program and participate in testing and improving new features and products.



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