When it comes to recovering your computer from a boot failure or installing a new operating system, using a bootable media can be a lifesaver. Acronis offers two types of bootable media: Linux-based and WinPE-based with the Acronis plug-in.
The Linux-based bootable media is recommended for most users because it supports most hardware configurations available. If particular hardware is not supported, there are two possible causes for it: necessary drivers have not been added to the bootable media yet or the hardware vendor does not provide open-source drivers. In this case, it is recommended to use Windows-based bootable media.
On the other hand, the WinPE-based Media with the Acronis plug-in is strongly recommended for users who were not able to boot their computer using the Linux-based bootable media. This is because running Acronis True Image 2021 in the pre-installation environment may provide better compatibility with your computer's hardware since the pre-installation environment uses Windows drivers.
It's important to note that 32-bit bootable media can only work on 32-bit computers, while 64-bit media is compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit computers. It's essential to choose the right type of bootable media based on your computer's hardware configuration to ensure successful recovery or installation.
In conclusion, having a reliable bootable media like Acronis' is crucial when dealing with boot failures or installing new operating systems. Understanding the different types of bootable media available and their compatibility with your computer's hardware will help you choose the appropriate one and avoid potential issues during the recovery process.
|⤓ Direct Download Link
|WinPE-based Bootable Media Build 39216 is Created using:
|Acronis True Image 2021 Build 39216
|Windows ADK and WinPE Version:
|Windows ADK and WinPE for Windows 10, version 2004
|Windows 10 Pro for Workstation, 20H2
|Acronis True Image Bootable Media (Linux-based)
➥ AcronisTrueImage2021_39216.iso (690 MB)
Acronis True Image Bootable Media (WinPE-based)
➥ 32-bit (x86)
➥ AcronisBootablePEMedia_39216_x86.iso (519 MB)
➥ AcronisBootablePEMedia_39216_x86.wim (477 MB)
➥ 64-bit (x64)
➥ AcronisBootablePEMedia_39216.iso (592 MB)
➥ AcronisBootablePEMedia_39216.wim (548 MB)