- Acronis True Image 2020 Backup Software
- Acronis True Image 2020 Backup Failed
- Acronis True Image 2020 Backup Camera
To recover files and folders directly from File Explorer on a machine where Acronis True Image 2020 is installed: Double-click the corresponding.tib file, and then browse to the file or folder that you want to recover. With Acronis True Image, creating a full image backup on an external hard drive is as easy as two clicks. Once the drive is connected and Acronis True Image is running, you click Add backup. The entire computer is the default backup source, so you simply need to assign the external drive as the Backup destination and then click Back up now. Backup only when the computer is lock or screensaver is running Wake up the sleeping/hibernating computer Prevent the computer from going to sleep/hibernate Run missed operations at the system startup with suspension (in minutes) For more details click Acronis True Image 2020 Scheduling. Acronis True Image 2020 Backup Scheme Settings. Acronis True Image 2020 build 25700. Hard disk nr.1 containing the files for backup: Seagate ST3000DM001-1CH166. Hard disk nr.2 contain files for backup: Toshiba MQ01abd050. The data contained in these hard drives is encrypted with Bitlocker and is processed with a unique backup process that allows me to have a backup on NAS in turn encrypted with Acronis.
- ATI 2020 build 38530
- Surface-3, 64 bit WIn10, SSD 231 Gig
- Full backup of disk image
- Target vault: Synology DS218+NAS; 2x mirrored Seagate IronWolf 6TB
In the past, for some reason, ATI would never recognize my NAS as the backup target so I used the network UNC instead. Recently, ATI began recognizing the NAS, perhaps due to some recent Synology updates.
As a result, I reconfigured my backup targets to use the NAS, however, my first backup started at 1:30 am today and was only 20% complete at 8am.
Am I missing something in my config?
How is the Surface-3 connecting to you Network. My recollection is that Surface PCs usually do not have an Ethernet port; if that is correct do you have a docking station with an Ethernet port, or are you connecting to the network by wifi?
I have a DS-414, and when backing up over wired network a 500GB NVMe SSD, with about 200GB of 'data' it takes about 1 hour. My NAS has dual Ethernet ports but a far less powerful CPU, and it using Raid 5 rather than mirroring.
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I have a problem with Acronis True Image 2020
Here's my setup:
Windows 10 version 2004 build SO 19041.423
Acronis True Image 2020 build 25700
Acronis True Image 2020 Backup Software
Hard disk nr.1 containing the files for backup:
Hard disk nr.2 contain files for backup:
The data contained in these hard drives is encrypted with Bitlocker and is processed with a unique backup process that allows me to have a backup on NAS in turn encrypted with Acronis.
The NAS is a Synology DS115j with DSM firmware updated to the latest release 6.2.3-25426 Update 2
Before opening Acronis True Image 2020 (using the administrator user) I must manually unlock the two above drives (Hard disk 1 and 2)
The backup process often ends with this error:
2020-08-06T16:05:58:881+02:00 11116 I00000000: -----
2020-08-06T16:05:58:881+02:00 11116 I00000000: ATI Demon started. Version: 22.214.171.124700.
2020-08-06T16:05:58:910+02:00 11116 I00640000: Attributi della copia di riserva del backup: format tib; need_reserve_backup_copy false;
2020-08-06T16:05:58:911+02:00 11116 I00640002: Operazione Dati avviata manualmente.
2020-08-06T16:06:00:122+02:00 11116 I00640000: Attributi della copia di riserva del backup: format tib; need_reserve_backup_copy false;
2020-08-06T16:06:00:123+02:00 11116 I013C0000: Operazione: Backup
2020-08-06T16:06:00:124+02:00 11116 I0064000B: Priorità modificata in Bassa
2020-08-06T21:21:00:807+02:00 11116 E02160015: Error 0x2160015: Errore di backup.
livello traccia: errore
line: 0xa340ffd3416335cf, c:jenkins_agentworkspacemod-disk-backup650productcoreda_apibackup.cpp:353, da_backup::Commit
error 0x70030: Il backup è stato creato ma i suoi dati non corrispondono a quelli dell'origine. Il backup verrà riavviato automaticamente.
line: 0x1c981e20c1c9f1bb, c:jenkins_agentworkspacemod-disk-backup650productcoreresizerarchive3backup.cpp:533, resizer::Archive3ImageBuilder::CommitBackup
error 0x10c44a: Failed to obtain the snapshot state.
line: 0x3fec04e376b8a2b6, c:jenkins_agentworkspacemod-disk-backup650productcorefdiskwin_snapshot.cpp:1472, win_snapshot_core::GetNextSector
error 0x9: Già arrestato.
line: 0x2aacb7b2ab852ac, c:jenkins_agentworkspacemod-disk-backup650productcorefdiskver2archwindowswin_errors.cpp:40, Fdisk::AddKstatusError
2020-08-06T21:21:10:724+02:00 11116 E013C0005: Error 0x13c0005: Operazione completata senza errori.
livello traccia: errore
line: 0x9f2c53c72e8bced8, c:bs_hudsonworkspace123productsimagerdemonmain.cpp:738, main
What puzzles me is this string:
error 0x70030: The backup was created but its data does not match the data of the source. The backup will restart automatically.
I opened a command prompt with CMD run as administrator to give the command chkdsk /f on both drives encrypted with bitlocker but unlocked.
This is the result:
C:-WINDOWS-system32>chkdsk /f e:
The file system is of type NTFS.
The volume label is data.
Step 1: Analyze the basic file system structure in progress...
759808 file records processed.
File verification completed successfully.
Phase Duration (Check File Records): 8.22 seconds.
1785 large file records processed.
Phase Duration (Recover orphaned file records): 0.00 milliseconds.
0 invalid file records processed.
Phase Duration (Invalid File Record Check): 0.24 milliseconds.
Step 2: Analyze the file name link...
Unspecified error (696e647863686b2e 532).
Unspecified error (6e74667363686b2e 1798).
To try to understand the problem I first disabled the bitlocker on one of the two disks and then ran chkdsk /f /r j: from a session started in safe mode.
I didn't get any error messages. I can only say that I think it is very unlikely that this is a bitlocker problem as I am now still receiving it after starting Windows 10 in normal mode and with the drive unencrypted. I have indeed temporarily disabled bitlocker for this drive.
I didn't try to remove the encryption from the other disk as it would take many hours. I think that as in safe mode chkdsk /f /r j: did not report errors would happen the same thing for the currently still encrypted disk.
Acronis True Image 2020 Backup Failed
Another error message I noticed is
Failed to obtain the snapshot state.
Can you help me?
Lorenzo, welcome to these public User Forums.
Please can you confirm that you are creating a Disks & Partitions backup with this task (as suggested by some of the log messages)?
Have you changed any of the Advanced Options for this task, in particular, the Performance options related to the use of VSS for snapshot creation?
I would recommend downloading the Acronis VSS Doctor tool (link in my signature) and running this to check for any snapshot issues on this computer. Let the tool fix any issues it finds if it offers this option.
Next, please try separating this backup into 2 unique backup tasks, 1 for each disk drive in your current task source, so that you can better identify if any errors come from a particular disk?
Was this backup task created by ATI 2020 and thus using .tibx files for the backup, or was it a task created by an earlier version of ATI that still uses .tib files?
What other options are configured for the task? Are you running validation after the backup?
Has this backup been running successfully prior to this problem or is this the first time it is being used?
Similar problem here. Same error, this started since I cloned my SSD to an M.2 disk. The backup throws this error but after 2-3 times finishes correctly. Also as soon as the backup starts the system becomes partially unresponsive (mouse moves but clicking around does not work). The destination disk is a 2TB caviar red, much slower than the soruce disks (a sabrent rocket 240gb m.2 + a kingston 480GB SSD).
Today I changed the schedule from a fixed time (18.00) to backup on shutdown, hoping that maybe NOT accessing the disk solves the problem.
I'm thinking that the huge difference in I/O speed is the source of the problem.
Acronis True Image 2020 Backup Camera
Lastly the VSS diagnostic tool is all green, sometimes I get a yellow warning on the tool regarding I/O speed on the destination HDD, rarely I get the same warning on the SSD, NEVER on the M.2.