Acronis True Image For Mac

Restart your Mac. Install Acronis True Image 2021 Update 1 (Build 30960). See Downloading the latest build of Acronis software. Reenable the kernel extensions for Acronis True Image, and for other software, if needed (the same procedure that was done when the product was first installed). Macs are great but they are still vulnerable to viruses, hard disk failure, and theft. With Acronis True Image your precious family photos, sensitive documents, expensive applications, and system settings are protected against all modern threats. Enjoy peace of mind with greater privacy and security than Apple’s Time Machine. Acronis True Image 2016 for Mac. Acronis True Image 2015 for PC. Acronis True Image 2015 for Mac. Acronis True Image 2014. Check for free upgrade; Licensing FAQ; Download latest build; Account FAQ; macOS 10.14 Mojave support.

  1. Acronis True Image For Crucial Mac

Boot your Mac into OS X Utilities and select 'Recover from Acronis Backup'

Introduction

Make sure you have a backup and Acronis Bootable Media:

For

Partitioning

When restoring to an unpartitioned drive (for example, a new drive), create partitions before restoring:

  1. Start or restart your Mac and hold down the Option key while Mac is starting. The boot menu will be displayed.
  2. Choose Disk Utility.
  3. Create partitions on the disk (see this article for help). You need to create a partition structure matching the one of the backed up disk. For example, the backed up disk had an EFI partition, a System partition and a RecoveryHD. You need to create 3 partitions on the new disk matching the partitions on the old one.

Solution

  1. Connect your removable drive with Acronis Bootable Media to your Mac;
  2. Start or restart your Mac and hold down the Option key while Mac is starting. The boot menu will be displayed.
  3. Choose Acronis Media as a device to boot from.
  4. Select Recover from True Image Backup:
  5. Locate the backup that contains the data to recover;
  6. From the Version list, select the backup version from which you want to recover your Mac. The contents of the version are displayed;
  7. Select the check boxes next to the partitions that you want to recover;
  8. Select a destination for each partition. By default, Acronis True Image recovers partitions to the original location;
  9. To start recovery, click Recover, and then confirm that you want to erase all data on the destination partitions;
  10. When recovery is complete, restart your Mac.

Symptoms

Acronis True Image installed on macOS 11 Big Sur Beta causes kernel panic during boot that leads to cyclic reboots.

Kernel panic is a situation when Mac encounters a system error and keeps restarting unexpectedly with a warning message 'You need to restart your computer'.

Cause

Lack of compatibility due to a major shift in macOS architecture.

If you already encountered the issue, follow the instructions below. If you plan to upgrade to Big Sur Beta, it is recommended to install Acronis True Image 2021 Update 1 (Build 30960) before upgrading to avoid issues.

Solution

As a result of the below procedure, all third party kernel extensions will be disabled. You will need to reenable them in System Preferences
  1. Boot to macOS Recovery.
  2. Run Terminal.
  3. Enter the following command:

    kmutil trigger-panic-medic --volume-root /Volumes/<YourVolumeName>

    E.g.

    kmutil trigger-panic-medic --volume-root /Volumes/Mac HD

    To find the volume name run mount command in Terminal and find Mac HD, Macintosh HD. Alternatively, run diskutil list and look for volume name that has a name with ‘<VolumeName> - Data’ format.

  4. Restart your Mac.

  5. Install Acronis True Image 2021 Update 1 (Build 30960). See Downloading the latest build of Acronis software.

  6. Reenable the kernel extensions for Acronis True Image, and for other software, if needed (the same procedure that was done when the product was first installed):

    • open Apple System Preferences -> Security & Privacy->Select the General tab.

    • in case general settings are locked: Click the 'lock' icon in the lower-left corner. Enter your device password. Click Unlock.

    • click Allow next to kernel extensions that require approval.

More information

Please note that we do not guarantee flawless functionality on macOS Big Sur Beta. Acronis is actively working on full compatibility with the release version of macOS Big Sur. We strongly recommend you wait until Big Sur is released and is no longer a beta version.

Acronis True Image For Crucial Mac

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