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Our mission is to create Customer success. Our management team welcomes your comments and suggestions on how we can improve the overall support we provide to you. Please send your comments, suggestions, or concerns to Managers or submit your feedback here. Good News, I am in need of a partition resizer and don’t want to try anything I’m not familiar with. I assume there will be a post here when a ADD12 update to a Win 10 compatible build is available, or must I go frequently to my account registration to look for a new build number??
In any case, I prefer to keep all disk related functions from one house Acronis or whom ever rather than pieces from different software vendors, to avoid possible compatibility risks! Been there before! Not to mention, the number of customers who will want to create a separate Win 10 boot partition and find that the unmovable files will prevent resizing the original partition. What apparently isn’t supported is GPT, as I have discovered on my new laptop.
DD12 now works fine on Win I just installed the update released on It recognizes all my disks. Win 10 64 bit and DD12 – program works but drives show up as unsupported which is why, to some of you, you say the thing works. If you are using an older file system on your drive with Win 10 then sure, it will work for you but if you went with the flow then it wont. The alternative is some other company’s product and I really dont want to do that. Greg, What unsupported file system are you referring to?
Everything works. Nothing shows ‘unsupported’. Are you joking? If it says unsupported tell me how anyone is supposed to know what it is outside of Microsoft?
As it is unsupported you cannot perform anything whatsoever on it within DD I can rename the disk inside Windows but cant even do that simple thing in DD It shows as basic GPT but after that, all partitions are unsupported. This machine, using Win 8. It needs to be fixed urgently. I am lucky this is MY machine and not a customer’s. Then I installed the new version of DD12 and proved it worked ok which it did , then I re-installed TI and proved that both worked which they did.
Seems like the only way to make a clone of windows 10 with DD12 is using the bootable media, I sorta liked cloning discs using 2 USB to Sata cables from my main workstation. It doesn’t seem to work with windows 10 that way..
I get a error of. There seems to be something fishy here. I’m a long time user of DD11 and never had a problem. Did check out support pages and found it necessary to actually uninstall previous versions of DD – this I did. So, I suppose the issue is related to the hardware.
I will try to test it with all SSD disks I have. Yes I did uninstall DD12 and attempt re-installation but only at a second attempt – however, still shows GPT disks “unsupported”. This was not evident in the support pages and I did NOT do this. True Image still seems to be functioning OK so I am reluctant to risk jeopardising this functionality by blindly attempting to sort out Disk Director further.
Please advise if this is worth a try and point me to safe download site for this utility if such does actually exist. However, now, following attempted “upgrade” from DD11 to DD12 could then no longer do anything with this external drive – now reported by DD12 as “unsupported”.
Having now read some of the negative reviews of DD for those of us not technically expert I am now tempted to write it off altogether for my newer system and just retain the still functional DD11 on my earlier MBR – BIOS based machines.
However, any further help or advice you could offer to enable me to regain functionality of DD12 whilst retaining full usage of TI would be most welcome and would encourage me to go ahead with purchasing the upgrade from 11 to 12 for all threee of my PCs.
To investigate the issue, we need some technical information and logs from the system. So, I can suggest you to contact our Support team. What I did? As this had only occurred recently since trying to install the upgrade DD12 over DD11 on a relatively high spec system only six weeks old, I recovered the system back to immediately following installation of the DD11 early January using WIN10 recovery disc and system image – avoided using True Image!
Can’t think of any alternative explanation. Worked flawlessy!!! Happy camper! DD12 Build says Volume 1 is unsupported. Volume 1 is my internal hard drive. Volume 2 is my external hard drive, which is not UEFI. I tried to update to Build , which supposedly includes UEFI support but got “an error occurred during the installaation of assembly Microsoft.
Acronis Knowledgebase referred me to an MS hotfix but the hotfix was not for the error message displayed. Also I could not download the hotfix; I was asked to contact MS support and possibly pay for the hotfix. Have you tried applying my solution described in a post earlier in this conversation, posted 12th January at although I didn’t get your Microsoft assembly error?
I think the key thing is to wipe everything clean ie uninstall both products then reinstall. Make sure you have your product registration codes to hand! Same issues on my side. I would recommend to contact our support team while you have an active support program.
Acronis seems to be getting worse about claiming what their products support, only to leave the user with a broken piece of software. If you have problems with installing the update, as I did, see Jongar’s earlier post about how to resolve the problem.
Yes, I have the latest update. DD11 was not installed on my system, I disabled my anti-virus and disabled the Acronis Backup Service process. I’ve tried three times – no go. Acronis Disk Director 12 not working on win 10, it seems it worked before but not now why? After upgrade to windows version So yesterday out of curiosity I installed it on my Win 10 64 bit machine and it seems to run.
But the odd thing is that it successfully finds the internal drive that I just upgraded to WD Black M. The build is Any ideas? Does it not see the drive in both Windows and when booted to the bootable media? What is the logical sector size on the disk? Acronis Disk Director only supports disks with bytes logical sector size. Authored on. Order Asc Desc. Date within – Any – 1 day 3 days 1 week 2 weeks 1 month 2 months 6 months 1 year. Thread needs solution.
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Acronis Disk Director is a complete toolkit for performing hard disk operations, with an emphasis on partition management and recovery. Aside from volume manipulation tasks, it enables you to view the structure of your hard disk in a detailed manner. The targeted audience is home users, although this has been argued by experts pointing out that the much too simple and permissive dialogs could lead inexperienced users to render disks unbootable.
In short, it provides easy access to dangerous functions that may harm the computer irreversibly. Leaving its exaggerated accessibility aside, Acronis Disk Director sports an array of features that are rarely found in similar software. The first one provides the possibility to perform a number of operations on disk volumes, such as merging, resizing, splitting, copying, formatting and moving partitions with the utmost ease.
The Recovery Expert, on the other hand, is able to get back lost or deleted partitions, as well as to repair and troubleshoot disk failures or errors resulting from situations such as virus attacks or software issues. Last, but not least, the Bootable Media Builder enables you to create Windows or Linux bootable drives just by following a few simple steps of the dedicated wizard.
To sum it all up, Acronis Disk Director is a top disk management application. Its only downside is that it allows for high-risk operations without explaining them first or without triggering a warning, which could result in serious trouble for inexperienced users. Acronis Disk Director is part of these download collections: Recover Partition. Acronis Disk Director.
A full-featured partition management application that you can use to resize, copy, move, split, join partitions, run volume defragmentation and fix errors. Acronis Disk Director was reviewed by Andreea Matei. Operations on volumes whose size is larger than MB cannot be committed. The following disk operations can be committed only if each volume on the disk is not larger than MB: MBR to GPT and vice versa disk conversion; Basic to dynamic and vice versa disk conversion; Clone basic disk; you can proportionally increase the volumes on the target disk, but none of them will exceed MB.
New in Acronis Disk Director 12 Build The Server license is required for server operating systems, the Workstation license for other operating systems. Support for Windows Server Support for native 4K disks disks that report a 4 KB logical sector size. Previously, only byte emulation disks e were supported. Read the full changelog. Load comments. Acronis Disk Director 12 Build All rights reserved.
Acronis disk director 12 windows 10 compatibility free download
Acronis Disk Director 12 Download Free for Windows 7, 8, 10 EaseUS provides a free disk- and volume management tool that offers hard disk. Acronis info suggests DD12 fully compatible with Windows 10 and UEFI systems (presumes GPT disks). Did check out support pages and found it. Acronis Disk Director 12 is a popular all-in-one disk drive and partition management product. · The new version comes with full Windows 8.