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Thread: The Introduction Thread

  1. #766
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    Hi,
    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...

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    Kili

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    Last edited by Terry60; December 13th, 2011 at 06:24 AM.
    Terry

    Baker of fine scones.



    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 !)

  3. #768
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    Mahmoud Al-Qudsi, Director



    I'm sorry but I do not accept support requests via IM, email, or personal messages

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    Hi Everyone...new kid on the block. Glad to be on board....

  5. #770
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    Welcome Joe Jitsu, hope you enjoy your stay.

    Toronto, Canada
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    Vista Ult SP2, Win 7 Ult SP1, Win 8.1 Pro w/MC, all x64



  6. #771
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    Quote Originally Posted by Computer Guru View Post
    Nope. My name is Michael.

  7. #772
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    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

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    Hi Dacsco, welcome to NST.

    Physical data recovery services are *expensive* (tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars), and almost never worth it!!
    Mahmoud Al-Qudsi, Director



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  9. #774
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    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.

  10. #775
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    Hello guys,
    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.

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    Welcome to the forums, govind and sdm22.
    Mahmoud Al-Qudsi, Director



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  12. #777
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    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?

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    Hello,

    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

    John

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    Welcome to NeoSmart John and hope all goes well for you.

    Toronto, Canada
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    Vista Ult SP2, Win 7 Ult SP1, Win 8.1 Pro w/MC, all x64



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ex_Brit View Post
    Welcome to NeoSmart John and hope all goes well for you.
    Thank you. I am really NOT familiar with both apps(iReboot and Easy-BCD) and really wanna learn to use it effectively. Have tried to get rid of a W7 boot selection from a recovered XP SP3 image with a W7 boot on it with Easy-BCD and work fine That got me interested. Anyway, cheers all
    Last edited by johnC9; January 12th, 2012 at 11:07 AM.

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