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Acronis True Image 2013 Boot Iso Download



  • Installing Windows AIKDownload Windows Automated Installation Kit in ISO format:AIK for Windows Vista and Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or later (PE 2.0)

  • AIK for Windows Vista SP1 (PE 2.1)

  • AIK for Windows 7 (PE 3.0)

  • Burn the Windows AIK ISO image to DVD and insert it to the machine;

  • Install Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 from the downloaded kit:Windows 32 bit: NETFXx86

  • Windows 64 bit: NETFXx64

  • Install Microsoft Core XML (MSXML) 5.0 or 6.0 Parser from the kit;

Install Windows AIK from the kit:




acronis true image 2013 boot iso download



Please see KB 5684: EFI-based operating systems support in Acronis products - which confirms that ATI 2013 supports booting in UEFI boot mode as is required to clone your Windows 10 UEFI boot OS drive. This should not be cloned in Legacy boot mode!


I have not gotten this or any other fixes to work. It is an HP/Compaq 8200 Elite workstation machine.I disabled BIOS UEFI features, ATI 2013 will not boot. It seems so close, it says "Acronis UEFI loader.... " then hangs.


Thanks Pat,I actually found another way as well. This is what I wound up doing. I installed the acronis on the PC to be restored. I then ran the program and told it to restore the new image onto the PC. I was able to pick the image up from the USB drive and the system restarted in the workstation mode without having to use the bootable disk. I then was able to restore the new image. These HP PCs have been a real problem there always making things more difficult for us. Thanks again for your help.


This week we bought a new UEFI breathing Dell laptop loaded with Windows 8. My ADD 11 and ATIH 11 CD's would not boot, but the ATIH 13 downloaded ISO did! So I concluded they made 13 compatible with the UEFI Secure boot nonsense (I had not done anything the the "UEFI Firmware" settings).


Your Acronis personal webpage accounts lists all the Acronis software that you have registered. Any downloads you are eligible for is listed in your account.The 2013 (as well as other versions) lists the Bootable media ISO file as a separate download. My signature link 9 shows the where and how. Picture 7 insdie that lnk is the iso file.


@ColinB: I downloaded the upgrade by using my acronis account. Normally, using the media builder should work, as it worked with the CD-version. I will try to download and burn the ISO, just to test that option.


I use TI to backup images from my work PC and then restore them on a machine at my house to work on. I do software development and testing, so I cannot install anything on the image I am testing. So, I do not have the option to install the product, everything I do is from a rescure media bootable ISO/disc. This is for a government office testing lab, and I am one of the testers. This product has allowed me to work from home on many days, by being able to bring home a software build and test it on my own machine. If I had known this was going to be this way, I would have not purchased 2013. My 2012 works fine, I just tested it. So now I have to go back to the old product, what a ripoff.


Extracting linux bootable files from filesystem of .iso image always loses license. The thing is that .iso image contains two ramdisk files. The one you see is the one used to create Acronis Startup Recovery Manager (hence the name of the folder) when booted from media and doesn't contain license information. The one actually executed during boot is not visible as a part of file system (google for el-torito for details). If you need a bootable usb stick, you should be able to create it from a media builder specifying this usb stick as media location.


Pat L. : I don't think you get what I am saying. There is no way to make a bootable CD that is not a trail version, all the bootable CD's, whether made from the product's Rescue Media Builder, or the downloaded ISO files from Acronis, are all trail versions. A bootable CD that is a FULL version does not exist for 2013 Home version. I never used a trail version, my installed product has been registered since I purchased it.


I think I should get a refund. I own and have registered 14 products thus far, and for work I was the driving factor for my agency to buy the corporate versions of their products. If they are trying to limit the functionality, I get it. Maybe they want us to buy the advanced workstation (which I already own) to make bootable CD's to run backups. That is fine too, just there needs to be disclosure. tell people when you are going to take a major function out of the product. I feel like I wasted my money on 2013 when all I can use to do my work is 2012. I am not going to stop telecommuting because they changed the functions of their product, would you?


David, I am currently downloading the same type of the bootable media that is in your Acronis account to check if there is a problem with the media. I will also contact you via a private message and provide you with a different download link for the media.


Pat L. : I don't think you get what I am saying. There is no way to make a bootable CD that is not a trail version, all the bootable CD's, whether made from the product's Rescue Media Builder, or the downloaded ISO files from Acronis, are all trail versions. A bootable CD that is a FULL version does not exist for 2013 Home version.


I am curious what happened, and why my login and download page has a trial image when it should not? Maybe it is a website error? I think they will fix me up, but if others are having the same problem, I was provided with a link to download the CORRECT file with license installed.


FYI - The correct filename is ATIH2013PP_5551_en-US.ISO, if your login downloads ATIH2013_en-US.ISO you are getting the trial version and need to contact support. I have Plus Pack, so your filename might be a little different and not have the PP in the name if you did not purchase the add-on.


Let me explain. I normally do an image backup of my laptop drive to an external usb3 drive. I use the acronis bootable iso downloaded from my account and burned to dvd. [I do not install acronis true image because the laptop is a DAW and benefits from having as few processes running in the background as possible.]Anyway, Acronis 2018_15470 writes the tib file [300GB] in around 1hr. Great. However, just tried using Acronis 2020_22510 and after six hours it shows about one tenth progress on the the progress bar. Tried again - same behaviour. After cancelling each time I look in the save location and find a tibx file around 80-100GB which I then deleted. Went back to ATI2018 and it wrote the tib file in an hour no problem.Is this a known issue? Surely, it should not be so slow. I wondered about the disc not having burned properly but if that was the case then it would not have verified and I doubt it would have actually booted my laptop. Any ideas anyone?many thanks in anticipation,Stefan


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