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  • Repair access to operating systems
  • GRUB reinstall, MBR restore, UEFI, SecureBoot, RAID, LVM, Wubi, filesystem repair...

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  • Worked on my new Dell laptop with dual boot. Won't work om my Intel with two hard drives and dual boot. Can't access or boot my Widows drive?

  • Unbelievable. This software has saved me multiple times. I really thought I had erased my entire hard drive, yet this fixed it super-quick, amazing. Thank you for making this.

  • HELP! I have a Win 7 laptop and a separate Win 7 hard drive that I thought needed MBR repair. i was under a lot of major stress for other reasons so when I came across this tool. I didn't read the bold print let alone the fine print. I attached the separate Win 7 drive as an external drive to my Win 7 laptop. I then ran the tool and to my horror it had killed my Win 7 OS. I couldn't see anything in the program to "Undo" what I had done. And I don't know anything about Ubuntu to know what happened much less know if there's a way to fix this. I'm running the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard on it but it's almost 50% completed and it's not finding anything on what was an almost full drive. Oh and did I say it was a McAfee encrypted drive? The McAfee tool would allow me to access the files if I PXE boot the laptop with the drive in it using a decrypting file the tool provides. But it's not even recognizing the drive with the Ubuntu changes. Any ideas on how to back this out?

  • After reinstallation of Ubuntu alongside win7 was not able to boot, boot-repair fixed the issue. Thank you!

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2011-08-11