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Acronis TI 2019 Startup recovery deactivates itself

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Anybody else had this issue? I activate this, check that it is activated and then frequently find that it has deactivated.

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Dear Robert Derrington,
Thank you for your posting. Welcome to Acronis forums!
First of all, we would recommend to double check prerequisites from the documentation: Acronis Startup Recovery Manager – Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office

Also, we would suggest to check this article:
Have you restored the system disk recently or resized partitions?

You can also try to turn it on through bootable media

If it does not help we recommend to install trial version of the latest update of the product: Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office, you can contact our support with it.

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Robert, there have been very few issues reported in the forums regarding ASRM and I have not used it personally for some years as it can lead to false confidence in being able to recover, i.e. if you suffer a total OS disk failure, then ASRM is lost also as is on the same disk, plus given that ASRM uses Linux as the boot environment, it has a number of known limitations with newer hardware options such as NVMe, BitLocker encryption etc.

I would recommend creating the 'Simple' version of Acronis rescue media (on USB or DVD) and using this rather than relying on using ASRM.

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