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Acronis Disk Director 12.5 Build 163 BootCD


Acronis Disk Director 12.5 Build 163 BootCD




Acronis Disk Director is a powerful and easy-to-use tool for managing disks and volumes. With Acronis Disk Director, you can create, resize, move, merge, split, format, copy, clone, and recover partitions. You can also optimize the performance of your hard disk and protect your data from disk failures.


Acronis Disk Director 12.5 is the latest version of the product, which supports both server and non-server operating systems. The Server license is required for server operating systems, such as Windows Server 2016, while the Workstation or Home license is required for other operating systems, such as Windows 10.


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One of the most useful features of Acronis Disk Director 12.5 is the ability to create bootable media. Bootable media is a CD, DVD, or USB drive that contains Acronis Disk Director and allows you to boot your computer and perform disk management operations without loading the operating system. This is especially helpful when you need to recover your system from a crash or resize partitions without losing data.


How to create bootable media with Acronis Disk Director 12.5




There are two ways to create bootable media with Acronis Disk Director 12.5: from within the product or from your account on the Acronis website.


From within the product




If you have Acronis Disk Director 12.5 installed on your computer, you can follow these steps to create bootable media from within the product:



  • Launch Acronis Disk Director 12.5 and click Tools -> Acronis Bootable Media Builder in the main window or select Acronis Bootable Media Builder on the Tools panel on the left.



  • Click Next on the welcome screen.



  • Select whether to create Linux-based media or WinPE-based media. Linux-based media is compatible with most computers and supports basic disk management operations. WinPE-based media is based on Windows Preinstallation Environment and supports more advanced features, such as dynamic disks and RAID arrays.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to select the components, media type, and destination for your bootable media.



  • Click Proceed to start creating your bootable media.




From your account on the Acronis website




If you want to download bootable media from your account on the Acronis website, you need to make sure that you are registered at the Acronis website and that you have registered your copy of Acronis Disk Director 12.5 at the website. Then you can follow these steps to download bootable media:



  • Log in to your [Acronis Account] and go to the Products tab.



  • Find Acronis Disk Director 12.5 and click Downloads.



  • In the Downloads window, click Download in the Bootable media section.



  • Save the downloaded ISO image file to your computer.



  • Burn the ISO image file to a CD, DVD, or USB drive using a third-party software, such as [Rufus] or [ImgBurn].




How to use bootable media with Acronis Disk Director 12.5




To use bootable media with Acronis Disk Director 12.5, you need to do the following:



  • Insert your bootable media into your computer and restart it.



  • Select your bootable media as the first boot device in your BIOS settings or use a special key (such as F12) to access the boot menu.



  • Wait for Acronis Disk Director to load and accept the license agreement.



  • Select the disk or volume that you want to manage and perform the desired operation from the menu or toolbar.



  • Click Apply to execute the pending operations or click Discard to cancel them.



  • Eject your bootable media and restart your computer.




For more information on how to use Acronis Disk Director 12.5, you can refer to the [user guide] or the [knowledge base].


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