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 Post subject: how to make boot CD from Data Recovery Wizard
PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 12:40 am 
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I re-installed my windows, it can not boot now, this weekend I will take a temporary examination, and the files on my laptop is critical, I want to get the exam material to prepare, I download a file recovery software named Easeus data recovery wizard on another PC, but I don't know how to handle it, anyone who can help me will be highly appreciated!


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If you still have the windows cd you used to install, boot from it and it will give you an option before installing windows to repair the current windows install. Choose this option, it should repair your windows.

The ONLY thing you will lose is windows updates...so you will have to reupdate windows. You will NOT lose any other data and programs will still be installed.

If you need step by step help let me know.

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