After updating my system to Windows Creators Update I noticed that I can't use Acronis True Image 2015 anymore. I uninstalled it couple of times and reinstalled. I also noticed that there is a build 6613, which I then downloaded and installed.In the end nothing worked and Acronis is still broken. Problem is that it gives me no indication of what the problem is. In the backup list there are a number of very odd backups, that were never done by me. If I delete the backups the program bombs out and no matter what I do, it will not recover. It then gives me an opportunity to report it to Acronis, which I have done and it also automatically attaches the log files. I don't however know if I will get a response or if it is just a general error that gets sent to Acronis in the normal course of improving their products. I am very experienced using software and has been in IT for many years so it is not a matter that I am ignorant or are making silly mistakes. This is definitely an issue with something that stopped working in the software somewhere between Anniversary Update and/or Creators Update. As I haven't been very active on my computer since November last year, my last backup was made on the 17th of January 2017. Now after updating my system to Creators Update, I wanted to make a full image backup. This not working is therefore critical and I can't potpone it much longer.
I assume that this is a new issue that hasn't been raised before as I am not seeing any reference to it on any site. There are lots of reference to issues on Anniversary Update but I have a feeling that this is different and specifically related to Creators Update.
My Acronis True Image 2015 Build is 6613. I also tried the previous versions.
My Windows installation is Windows 10 Pro version 1703 64 Bit and I am running an Asus ROG GL 552 VX with 24 GB Ram, a 1 TB Solid State Drive and a 1 TB HDD. CPU is a Intel Core I7 6700HQ.
My only other option at this stage is to do a Macrium Full Image backup as I can't afford to have the content of this computer lost.