|20 May 2010||#10|
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boot.ini "repaired" in Windows 7 x64 Ultimate?
I just had a strange occurrence. I just rebooted after a routine CHKDSK, my first since installing Windows 7 x64 Ultimate three months ago. After my desktop was loaded and all my startup programs had finished their startup - a little notification box appeared with the word "boot.ini repaired".
After reading these posts I am aware that Win 7 doesn't have a boot.ini file. About a month ago I had a problem with my bootmgr file being missing and I recovered from that intact. I attribute that to a failed install of "Comodo Time Machine" ShadowMyth's Multiverse
and Only the incompatibility with file encryption software like True-Crypt put a dent in the otherwise interesting program.
after publishing this review and reading some of the user comments I recommend that you NOT install this program without taking an image of your hard drive first. Some good imaging freeware are Paragon Backup & Recovery, DriveImage XML, and Easeus Todo Backup. ] If you do not know what a disk image is then definitely stay away from this program.
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