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just a quick question can you convert a .tib file into a bootable .iso file to burn to a disc

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I don't think so, not after the fact. But you can opt to backup to dvd media and also include the bootable Acronis components on it during the backup process. It also depends on which version and build of Acronis you have.

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Hello Paul and DwnNDrty!

Thank you for finding time to open the thread and many thanks to DwnNDrty for valuable comment!

I just wanted to add that DwnNDrty is absolutely right: there is no possibility of convertion from *.tib to *.iso, and the only opportunity to make the image bootable is to save it to the DVD, for instance, and choose to add Bootable Components there. You can find more details regaridng this process in chapter 9.4.1.8 in the Acronis True Image Home User's Guide (should you use the Home version of Acronis Product) or chapter 3.3.1.15 in Acronis Backup and Recovery Workstation User's Guide (should you use Acronis Backup and Recovery Corporate product).

Should you have any further questions or concerns - please, let us know, we will be glad to help you!

Thank you.

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i cant access to universal restore option when backup than primary , active partition
how can i access to ?
2- it possible convert .tib backup convert to .iso file? if possible , can make a windows DVDs than iso backup converted and install
windows and all program on the other system without problem .
thank you if you will guide
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Hi h azar,

thank you for your questions!

1) Acronis Universal Restore is available when you start recovery from bootable media and use full (not trial) license.

2) It is not possible to convert .tib to .iso

Thank you,

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hi , dear anna thank you so much for reply my question. i wish you have happy time in your life
i have a ouestion .
it is possible convert .tib format to .vhd format and then convert backup to .iso file by utility integrated acronis ?
2- i want to take backup than antivirus (avira) and im going to chenge current installed windows . then restor antivirus with all setting
how can i do?
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h.azar

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Hello h.azar,

1) using our software you will be able to convert .tib into .vhd by selecting recovery to a new virtual machine as it is described here
http://www.acronis.com/en-us/support/documentation/AcronisBackup_11.5/index.html#21834.html

But we don't have any tool to convert it later into .iso.

2) current versions of Acronis software don't support separate applications backup. You can save application data and settings only within a system backup.

Thank you,

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Hi there Anna,

I have been a regular user of Acronis software for the past 11 years since version 8 came out.

One question though, when i do an Acronis Media Recovery, it gives me the option and only option of using ISO as an image to restore onto another hard drive.

Now the problem that i have is that i was able to do it once before using the media recovery. Cloning cannot work because of hard drive sizes. But what i did want to do is to use a .tib image that is exactly the same size as the new hard drive, but the program will not allow me to use that .tib image. I have an original backed up image.

How can i use an existing backed up image without the need to clone HDD's. seeing as the current OS on the new hard drive is pretty much screwed up due to viruses.

Thank you.

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Hello Dimitri,

Thank you for your posting! If I understood the situation correctly you have an image of your system in the form of a .tib-file (archive resulted from a backup operation) and want to bring your infected system back to business using this .tib-archive. The only way to do this is to recover this backup onto the infected machine with Acronis Bootable Media. Direct swapping of drives is possible only if you have a clonned drive. Here you'll find more information on difference between Backup and Disk Clone.

Thank you, 

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Anna Trifonova [Inactive] wrote:

Hello h.azar,

1) using our software you will be able to convert .tib into .vhd by selecting recovery to a new virtual machine as it is described here
http://www.acronis.com/en-us/support/documentation/AcronisBackup_11.5/index.html#21834.html

But we don't have any tool to convert it later into .iso.

2) current versions of Acronis software don't support separate applications backup. You can save application data and settings only within a system backup.

Thank you,

Hello Anna 

Is there any other software that can take backup and restore to *iso file. 

And I am facing issue installing windows 7 in 7th genratgene Intel processor . From image it's installing but I need *iso file to install. Plz help me

 

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#10

Hello Arjun,

Acronis does not provide such converting tools/products. I recommend that you search for any third-party application on the web. 

However, I have registered your idea in our Customer Listening System.