Depending on the Acronis product, some of the boot disks have a separate task (separate from backup/restore) to adjust the O/S for new hardware. If your Acronis boot disk has that, try running it.
And if you have downloaded the drivers for your new hardware, maybe put them all on a USB stick, you can point Acronis to this new group of drivers to make sure it sees what is needed.
I restore the original acronis image. Then install the new drivers according to the new motherboard.
So I am supposing some drivers from the laptop may be interfering.
Specially that to shutdown the pc.
So I am trying now to decide what driver is.
In safe mode I can shutdown without problem.
So I need only to determine the wrong driver.
That would be the best possibility. The worst are drivers installed in incorrect order o with problems.
I remember many years ago, under windows xp pro, be six months asking for the problem with the restore function.
The answer was : I was using an usb modem . When I install the driver after others I have the problem.
I hope this time the problem is more simple....