Date Added:Jan. 17, 2006
Downloads Last Week:106
Didn't download the app.
Force to load bloatware, buszzdock tool bars, etc. that may be tracking your web travels and other activities. Also the bloat ware says that it can change the user agreements and the buzzdock apps w/out your OK.
Nothing in life is free. So, as long as you are willing to signup to use the bloatware, and don't mind your someone monitoring your web activities, then the app. may be a good tool
Nuff said. Don't waste your time with this mess.
It was free, although I it's not a pro if it doesn't work.
Avoid if you want to fix your mbr
After several wasted hours trying to get this to run, I found mbrwizard with a nice graphical interface, and fixed my hard drive in less than 5 minutes! http://firesage.com/mbrwizard.php
Free, that's the only good part.
Too difficult to use. Finding a way to run it was impossible, as was finding the options I was looking for.
A command line interface for such an app is ridiculous, I suspect it has done more damage than good on most computers... like mine. :( After further searching I found mbrwizard with a nice gui and boot disk builder. http://firesage.com/mbrwizard.php
Bare bones, but this utility has all the basic features to reset a MBR when dual boot goes haywire after failed OS installs. Way better than trying to rebuild or restore a boot record manually.
I had no problems with this application, but It does assume you know a bit about boot records, so I'd recommend a bit of online reading before just using it in "blind faith mode" ... the info with the program itself is just adequate.
I used it to recover both Linux, XP and Win7 MBRs , all OK ! This after several failed installs of dual boot XP Pro SP3 and Win 7 Pro, Linux and Vista (eecchhh) - relocated MBR was too far gone to be recognizable. MBRfix recreated a usable boot record in seconds as opposed to the hours I might have spent reformatting and restoring from backups. I recommend this to anyone running mutli boot systems.
Used to remove Ubuntu boot. Did great job
None that I can think of.
Easy to use and understand
Nothing untoward comes to mind
Resolved a BSOD error caused by using a Seagate utility to clone to a larger drive. Would occur whenever I tried to backup my system to my Windows Home Server. Saved a lot of hassle.
Use is a bit complicated. Required having to go to the website for the proper commands. I hate to have to RTFM. Not a big deal tho.
No good if you can't get into windows, which I can't, I need a MRB fix for dos, so far all I have tried don't work.
I didn't notice the screenie was for a dos box, I thought it was DOS dos, alas does not appear to work in native DOS or from a bootable disk
I have been getting an MBR error at boot time for months. This software fixed my MBR error very quickly and with no fuss (on a system with XP SP3).
Actually for me, there are no cons. But I guess it isn't the easiest of things to use if you are not confident using a command line.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.cpuguard.net|
|Release Date||January 17, 2006|
|Date Added||January 17, 2006|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 Server|
|Downloads Last Week||106|
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