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The Acronis software will first ask you to select the drive letter. After you select the drive letter, select Universal Restore. This will bring up the Universal Restore interface. Let the software know what the system will be using to restore the drivers, it will look for a matching system directory. You can either use the default or select a different one.
I think that Acronis is trying to cover all of the bases but they are really just trying to support the home and small business market. They do not have the resources to support each and every version of OSs. They have one product at a time and just try to make it work. If it works it works. Otherwise it doesn't support the product. If you want to support Windows XP, buy Acronis. If you want to support Vista, buy Acronis. If you want to support Windows 7, buy Acronis. This is just like any other business. If you sell a product, you support the product you sell. If you don't sell a product, then you don't support the product. If you sell any of the above OSs, you are going to have to use Universal Restore. If you want to spend the extra time to create a bootable Acronis flash drive, I hope you enjoy it.
If there is no matching system folder, you will get a message that it can't find a matching system folder. At this time, you will have to manually select the system folder to use. You can use the default folder or you can manually select a folder. Remember you selected a system folder in the first step of creating the bootable media. The screenshot below shows the Acronis display when you are manually selecting a system folder. You can manually enter the folder if you know it. After you select the system folder, proceed to the next step. The second screenshot shows the Acronis display when you select the system folder. Click on the submit button to proceed to the next step.
I don't think it makes sense to have a Universal Restore tool with a separate Acronis product. Acronis generally does a good job of creating bootable media, but in my experience for the stock Universal Restore (15), it doesn't work on XP or Vista. That's why I like Sbackup. I don't need the Acronis product to create the bootable media. Sbackup is fully backwards compatible with Acronis. I have used Sbackup to create Acronis bootable media and it works just fine. So I don't think it makes sense to have the two together.
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