Can I image mac drive Acronis True Image?

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Hello, just want to ask if it is possible for Acronis True Image to image a Mac?

Please tell me about it.

Can you explain to me what the process is?

If it is not possible, can you give me other alternatives?

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #195183

Can I image mac drive Acronis True Image?

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Hi Angela Martinez

Well it’s a fact that Acronis product do not supports MAC Operating System X.

You must need to know that standalone versions of Acronis products are not supporting Apple Mac machines more.

Its products do not run under Linux and Windows operating system when it is installed on Apple Mac using bootcamp.

There are two reasons for it

  1. Usually the Apple systems use the EFI bootstrap firmware than BIOS firmware.
  2. There are different partitioning principles for Apple Mac machines.

Now what you have to do to image a Mac?

There is an application for you which can do your job easily.

I would recommend you “Carbon Copy Cloner” and “Super Doper”.

Bothe applications works quite well and also easy to use, have an excellent support too.

I hope you’ll get your solution from here. Good Luck! 

Regards,

Johnstoon Leen

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Can I image mac drive Acronis True Image?

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Yes, it works on Macintosh computers. Acronis is a cross-platform backup software that works on Microsoft Windows, OS X, and for mobile. For Windows, Acronis supports Windows XP Service Pack 3 (32-bit only), Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 including Windows Home Server 2011. For Mac, it supports OS X 10.11 El Capitan, 10.12 Sierra, 10.13 High Sierra, and 10.14 Mojave.

For mobile, Acronis supports iOS 8.0 or higher and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or higher. For backup, the following file systems are supported:

  • Microsoft Windows – NTFS; Ext2, Ext3, and Ext4; ReiserFS(3); Linux SWAP; HFS+ and HFSX; and FAT16, FAT32, and exFAT.
  • OS X – APFS, HFS+, Core Storage, FAT32, and NTFS (including Boot Camp).

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