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SSD Disk lists only one partition (instead of 5)

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I have A new desktop computer with A SSD disk with 5 partitions. Windows 10 is showing me this. I want to image the partitions with Acronis 2017, which I start from a bootable USB-stick.

There I only see one Partition in the backup list.

What can I do to make the other partitions visible?

Suggestions are very welcome.

Could it be A GFT record, which is unreadable for Acronis v2017?

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Kris, welcome to these public User Forums.

What type of SSD drive do you have here?  Is this a NVMe M.2 type SSD?

What type of partitions are on the SSD?  Are these all Windows partitions or other such as EXT4 or exFAT etc?

What type of rescue media have you been using?

The default rescue media back with ATI 2017 was based on a small Linux kernel OS which does not have support for such as NVMe M.2 drives or RAID etc.

See KB 58816: Acronis True Image 2017: Creating Acronis Bootable Media - and KB 59184: Acronis True Image 2017: How to create a WinPE-based bootable media for more information on creating the media.

KB 59877: Acronis True Image: how to distinguish between UEFI and Legacy BIOS boot modes of Acronis Bootable Media

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This is part of the solution. After creating bootable media with WindowsPE, i now see The correct contents of the SSD drive. 

When I try to connect to the NAS as administrator, this seems to work at first. But networktraffic is somehow crippled, as the FTP connection cannot show directory information on the NAS. 
The other bootable version (Linux) Can connect normally.