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    "No mention of NON-SATA AND NON-NTFS (FAT) program only!"

    October 27, 2010  |   By JayDubThaHacker


    I suppose I should give it 2 stars because I used it (maybe??) years ago to access some old PC. I remember it sort of working. IT DOES BOOT INTO DOS, and it does warn you not to use it if you have an NTFS Windows setup. So I got UltraBootCD instead..


    Literally, this is useless to anyone with SATA, ATA, hardware drives and/or NTFS (2000,XP,Vista and 7 typically use this system) harddisks. FAT and IDE only are supported by this program. I've tried several times. So this will soon be like ZIP disks.


    Useful for IDE and FAT systems, thanks James. Useless for any others. C+

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