HACK Acronis Disk Director Suite 10.2160 [eNJoY-iT]

HACK Acronis Disk Director Suite 10.2160 [eNJoY-iT]

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HACK Acronis Disk Director Suite 10.2160 [eNJoY-iT]

partition management
the acronis disk director can help you manage an existing disk with a single click. first, select the disk, then right-click and choose disk manager. you’ll then see the top-level properties for the disk in the left panel. click the partitions tab and check the box for the partition you want to edit. then, you can edit the partition’s properties by clicking the partition, and right-clicking again to see different options. if you’re not sure what type of partition you want, you can select the advanced options button to see the partition type, space allocation, and other settings in more detail.

disk size
the disk director can help you manage your disk’s size. first, select the disk, then right-click and choose size. then, you can use the slider to select a size for the disk, or enter a new size in the text box.

the disk director can help you manage file systems on a disk. first, select the disk, then right-click and choose file system. you’ll then see a list of file systems on the disk, as well as the properties for each file system.

the acronis disk director provides a system for managing your files. first, select the disk, then right-click and choose maintenance. then, you’ll see a list of different options for managing the disk. each option’s properties are displayed in the left panel, and you can select one of them to perform that function. for example, you can select the select files option to view a list of files in the right panel and then select a file to move it to a different disk. you can also select the select folders option to view a list of folders in the right panel and then select a folder to delete it. you can also manage your folders by right-clicking to see the sub-options for that function. the options are grouped into functional categories, so you can quickly find options for creating, deleting, moving, or comparing files.

The next step is to make sure that the partition for the disk that you’re cloning is mounted on your hard drive. In Acronis, to find out whether a partition is mounted, you can choose the Mount from CD option from the Operation menu, and the partition is mounted if it appears in the Mounted: column. You can also do this by searching your hard disk for the letter “x”.
After building the media in the DriveWise PC app, I connected it to my new desktop and everything worked seamlessly. I was able to install the Acronis Dual-Drive program on the flash drive and then boot from that. Finally, I installed both programs on the bootable flash drive. Since that one was booted up, I went through the disk partitioning process and set the Swap partition to 256MB, at which point Acronis guided me through its wizard-like tools, completed the process, and then rebooted my computer.
I then ran the Disks Manager program and was able to see both the bootable flash drive and the Acronis one. The main window had a column for the Acronis drive and another for the bootable flash drive. I clicked the + icon and was able to browse to the second flash drive’s WIM file. I then selected the Windows 10 1809 media creation tool, chose Windows PE > New WIM > Browse, and browsed to the WIMS folder on my flash drive. I then selected the latest installer and repair bootable media from the Acronis drive and then clicked Next.
My computer then rebooted and I was off and running in Acronis. First things first, I created a new drive. This was super easy—the first page I saw had a searchable list of drives and partitions. Then I chose a new partition, set the Drive Access Type to Hidden, and then chose an Ext4 partition. At that point, I could either select the Mount Point, Size, Name, or Format button to change the properties of the disk. I chose a 64MB mount point, set the Size to 40.0GB, and then chose Format.