Solution: I worked with Acronis support, and we eventually were able to like switching from RAID ON to AHCI in SATA Operations, enabling Legacy Booting, etc). backup to an external disk using a usb connection with Acronis True Image?. RAID is used to combine two or more individual disk drives into a single . RAID 5 data recovery is generally possible as long as no more than. Now the Job is to add the correct RAID-Drivers to the Bootable yet - works perfect and loads my RAID-Disk - but it has no trueimage on it). acronis: insmod: error inserting '/lib/modules/afcef.org': 1 No such device: No such device no raid disks. Reading all physical volumes. This may take a while. I was told by Acronis tech on a chat that RAID is Not Cloneable chat that RAID is Not Cloneable because Acronis can only Clone MBR disks. . “There are no such thing as a HW RAID Controller drivers, they use firmware. I want to back up my Windows, and use Acronis True Image. Although there are other disk backup utilities out there. I have no experience with your specific issues and cannot guarantee this will solve your problem. If the product does not detect the hard disks in Windows, please see Acronis Product There is no possibility to add drivers to regular Acronis Bootable Media . I read that if Acronis see's two disk when attempting to restore the image, then drivers At this point I'm lost as I've never used Acronis to restore a RAID image before. Ask your question anytime, anywhere, with no hassle. If Acronis product reports that it has not found any hard disks in Windows, the issue is Media, please see Acronis Bootable Media Does Not Detect HDD, RAID or NIC. Support for such drives without MBR is planned for future versions.