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I am trying to clone my existing 500GB laptop drive to a new WD SSD Blue 500GB using Acronis True Image WD Edition that was downloaded from the WD site.
The WD SSD Dashboard can see my USB-attached WD SSD Blue 500GB.
- Acronis True Image WD Edition 2016.33 Acronis is pleased to announce Acronis True Image WD Edition - integrated software that can clone drives, backup the operating system, applications, settings.
- Acronis True Image WD Edition Software helps you to completely clone your current system drive onto your new WD hard drive. Acronis True Image WD Edition. Acronis True Image WD Edition. WD Align - Powered by Acronis.
WD SSD does not come along with disk cloning software, so many users turn to Acronis True Image WD edition to repalce hard drive. It's designed for western digital drive. It's designed for western digital drive. Acronis True Image, the most reliable, easy-to-use and secure personal backup software and the only backup that actively defends your files against ransomware. More than 5.5 million customers. List of all WD firmware and software available for download.
However, when I try to run the Acronis WD Edition software it says “Acronis True Image WD Edition Installation Restricted - This product edition requires at least one Western Digital drive to be installed in your system”
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How do I fix this?
UPDATE 1 :
I have temporarily bypassed this problem by plugging in one of my other WD external USB hard drives.
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The Acronis software appears to be loading. Stay tuned…
Free Acronis True Image Wd Edition Cloning Software Windows 7
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I can now get through the source and destination disk selection process in Acronis. The cloning screen starts up and then I get a “You Must Reboot Computer to continue” message.
When I do that (3 times so far) It just reboots the computer. The Acronis cloning procedure does not restart. A check in Task Manager confirms that no Acronis process is running.
I finally gave up on Aronis.
I finally got it working by using the free edition of EaseUS ToDo Backup.
It didn’t work for me the first time because I didn’t read the instructions and I didn’t check the Advanced Settings (or something like that) and made sure that “Sector by sector clone” and “Optimize for SSD” boxes were checked.
Once I did that, the clone worked out fine, although it seemed to take forever, like 3 hours.