Kili, please read this.
I'm using recently EasyBCD. It's wonderful tool
I'm from Poland. I want help with EasyBCD translation to other languages - if there is a need...
Kili, please read this.
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Please keep requests for help in the forums where everyone can see them, not in Private Messages.
Posting a plea for help or information in the forum, will be seen more quickly by a widely experienced audience.
A solution in the forum could also be useful to other future visitors, so PLEASE, no private requests. (they won't be answered !)
Kili, are you Przemek from here? Help EasyBCD Learn Your Language! | The NeoSmart Files
Hi Everyone...new kid on the block. Glad to be on board....
Hi everyone. I'm a new kid on the block sort of speak. I was repairing a Dell laptop, with an apocalyptic blue screen, looking for a way to boot in Vista and found a link to NeoSmart. Thats how I got here, which saved me a lot of hassles, using the ISO images to reboot and diagnose the problem. Im a retired systems-integrator-dynasour and still enjoy getting things done by scratching my head a lot. The hard drive has physical damage, couldnt revive it, going to take it apart, to find out exactly what happened to the device. Im looking for a hard drive data recovery service to see if it is possible to retrieve some of the data on the drive before I go seeking and destroying the device.
Nice to be here. Thanks to the people of NeoSmart
Hi Dacsco, welcome to NST.
Physical data recovery services are *expensive* (tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars), and almost never worth it!!
HI govind here,
new to 32bit and 64 bit, saw Easy bcd on a forum, for creating system recovery tools.
Hope to be here for a long time now.
Glad to find this forum ,i am just a newbie in trying out different os on my pc tried windows ,linux Mac osx >
Its an amazing world of knowledge more you get more you want.
Just joined and wanted to say, "Hi".
I bought an off-lease IBM/Lenovo X41 tablet on ebay ($45), installed a 32GB Transcend CF card ($70) to use as my primary drive and now I want to dual boot Ubuntu 11 and Jolicloud. I don't know how to do it and hoped that I might get some help here. I don't really have a grasp of Linux so any instructions need to be very elementary.
Why do I want to dual boot these two linux systems? Well, any idiot can use Joilcloud; it's so easy and almost boring, so that means even I can work with it. LOL. I'm learning to use Ubuntu 11.10 enough to be somewhat comfortable with it so I consider it to be something I want to learn more about as I use Jolicloud for mundane web browsing.
I've tried to boot Win XP Pro onto my X41 multiple times and it just doesn't work well. I assume that it has something to do with using a Compact Flash card for a HD, so if I'm going to use the X41 at all then I must use linux....both Ubuntu 11.10 and Jolicloud run perfectly. I just want them to dual boot.
Any ideas for this newbie?
I'm new here and just found out about this forum as I got hold of EasyBCD and iReboot. Well, I relatively new to the applications and I am still trying to learn how to effectively use both. Anyway I am semiconductor engineer by profession but fascinated about computers.
You all have a nice day
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