I have finally grown out of True Image 2014 :(
I went to make an image of my OS that was installed on an NVMe SSD,
Low and behold the USB bootable media cannot detect the NVMe Western Digital SN750 SSD.
I found another solution, by downloading the Western Digital OEM Limited build .33 and made a bootable media using a Sandisk Glide flash drive. which is acceptable for the OEM install and use, plus the WD SSD.
I will be upgrading to the latest version of Acronis True Image in the near future, maybe wait for 2020.
I will miss the user interface of 2014, as it is very organized. I did not want to use the new UI. but with the new NVMe technology, I need the software to support it.
I have recommended ATI for years, as it has never let me down, and I use it quite frequently to back up my OS, and Music, and Video drives.
Look forward to ATI 2020, Hope I can get a 3 PC deal sometime.
EVGA X99 FTW | Intel Core i7 5930K 4.2GHZ | EVGA RTX 2080 XC2 Ultra | Creative Sound Blaster Z | Focusrite Saffire Pro 14 | EVGA 850 GQ | NVMe: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB OS via PCIe | NVMe: Western Digital SN750 Heatsink 1TB via PCIe | Samsung 850 Pro SATA 256GB | WD Blacks 5x1TB = 5TB RAID0 | WD MyBook 4TB | WD RED 4TB | WD Blk 2TB | WD Blk 500GB | WD Blue 640GB | WD Blue 320GB | Corsair 760T | H110
ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 4 | Intel i7 9600K | EVGA GTX 780 SC | Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe 250GB | 1TB HDD | 4U Server Chassis/Server RSV-L4000 | Coolermaster EVO 212 Blk RGB | Ultra X3 1600 Watt PSU | Trayless Hotswap 3 HDD Backplane | DVD-RW Samsung Super Write Master