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  • #14988003 Reply | Quote

    great thanks for the software helped me already and i only just downloaded it.
    once again cheers

    #14990309 Reply | Quote

    [ @Peter Blaise]
    Your request to know what it has actually done for anybody seems to have fallen on deaf ears.

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    John USA

    DO NOT try this program if you have Windows 10.
    This is an OLD version from 2017 and it does NOT run in current Windows 10.
    This is a huge waste of time.

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    Peter Blaise

    [ @Sean] please do share particulars how has this helped you already?

    [@Beetzme] yes, “deaf ears” especially from Tenorshare themselves.

    Their web site claims BASIC skills:

    – Boot up any computers that won’t start properly
    – Reset Windows local and domain password
    – Recover data from unbootable hard disk

    Yeah, ANY Linux distro can do that, so certainly a Windows PE distro should be able to.

    But they just can’t let it go, they continue down their webpage, as if their marketing department NEVER actually TESTED the program, and just believe their programmers “yeah, it can do that” hooey, and so they go on to claim:

    – Boot Up Your Computer [ to the CD, duh ]
    – Fix Windows Booting Failure, Blue/Black Screen, Crash, etc. [ no analysis OR fix for me ]
    – Fix “NTLDR is Missing”, “BOOTMGR is Missing” Errors [ I did not test, yet ]
    – Repair Crashed MBR, Corrupt Registry [ MBR and registry are unrelated, and it offered no registry analysis ]
    – Super Data Rescue Package [ I presume by copying out ]
    – Clone Hard Drive [ a FAILED hard drive, and then TWO FAILED hard drives … what for? ]
    – Backup & Restore Files And System [ found and offered no restore ]
    – Partition, Format and Clean up Hard Drive [ well, THAT should fix it! Killing is a fix now! ]
    – Wipe Entire Hard Drive or Partition [ because the above didn’t kill it enough! ]
    – Recover Windows Password and Product Key [ well, it looks like it can blank a password, and create a new user ]
    – Support Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista [ with messages saying “that feature is XP ONLY”

    … and as I reported, it’s support of anything newer than XP is to pop up a window and say “Does not support anything newer than XP”.

    Their “help” blogs just devolve to “download, install, burn CD, and see the menus”, no actual steps to analyze and fix anything.


    What analysis?


    What fix?

    As I said, it tells YOU to go off and try other stuff off the CD, the CD has no analytical skills, and few fix skills for actually allowing a user themselves to inspect and fix.

    How is wiping an reformatting and partitioning a “boot genius” skill?

    Geesh, Tenorshare, are you EVER going to show up in this thread?

    #14997722 Reply | Quote

    Just want to be sure this software cannot damage my PC if I burn and boot from their CD – can anyone testify?

    #14997724 Reply | Quote

    Installed on Win7. but it does not correctly recognized driver letter.
    ex, my external USB flash is H: but program said it is F:
    burn bootable media was sucsessed with “mis-recognized drive letter”.

    After booting with USB flash. same thing happen at Clone hard drive.

    it is measles for me.

    #15037610 Reply | Quote

    Disappointing result with Win10 Ver 18363 as far as I’m concerned. Created bootable disc twice and cant even get program to run. Freezes on opening screen. Not impressed with product at all. There appear to be two different versions (digital signatures 2015 & 2017). Both freeze.

    #15039004 Reply | Quote

    I always find Peter Blaise’s comments to be infinitely more accurate and useful than whatever rubber stamp approval is apt to emanate from house reviewers Dennis Nelson, Melvin Sync, or Malik.

    If a program like this actually lived up to its claims, I’d be among the first to say so . . . but I’ve seen no reason to amend my assessment from 2018. If I ever truly needed something like this, I’d much rather pray that the last Acronis boot partition image I made was not from too long ago, so as to limit how much was lost upon doing a full restore. (That is not a guaranteed, risk-free proposition either, but it has worked for me, several times in the past.) What Boot Genius claims to do would be fantastic if it actually delivered, but I’m afraid that this remains a pipe dream.

    #15039124 Reply | Quote

    Лучшее для Windows решение для восстановления системы!

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