Acronis Clean Up Utility (ATI 2009?)

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  1. WaDa

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  2. bobmitch

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    I used it and had no problems...

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  3. shieber

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    you still want to run a registry too or at least ccleaner.exe's registry scanner after you're done.
     
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    I used it to remove 2009 and it was a disaster. See this thread.
     
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    The same for me... the system won't start anymore, only with restore!

    Use cclaner or ACE utilities
     
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    Acronis Clean Up Utility needs to be updated for ATI 2009. Uninstalling this buggy software has been a nightmare. :thumbd: First time I tried to uinstall was after the 15 day trial. For some reason, it said my config was broken. So I used the Windows Installer Clean Up Utility to remove ATI. Then I reinstalled ATI 2009. Then tried to backup, did not work. Said my trial period was over. So tried to remove it through Add/Remove. Everything went smoothly, but the program and files were still there! All schedule and TI mounter services were already stopped. Tried to manual uninstall but totally BSOD my system on boot. Had to do a reload of a week old image. Thank God that worked, but I still can't get this beta software to uninstall!? Anyone can help? I shouldn't have to manually go through the registry and remove all those entries. This is a living nightmare! :( I am looking at other solutions, possibly Paragon Hard Disk Manager.
     
  7. mannorak

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    I have to agree... Acronis uninstallations have always been a nightmare. So much crap gets left behind. But 2009 seems even worse than usual. As I've documented elsewhere, after "upgrading" to ATI 2009, I can now no longer re-install a previous, working version. Like you, I'm investigating other options -- Macrium Reflect looks pretty good.
     
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