I'm done

Discussion in 'Returnil releases' started by zonemaster60, Nov 1, 2009.

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  1. zonemaster60

    zonemaster60 Registered Member

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    After going to the store and away from my computer for about 30 minutes and come back to an unstable and unusable system after reboot, I am done.

    I have completely uninstalled RVS2010 from my system. It took me almost an hour to get my system to reboot after it left it unusable. Thank god I had a Vista recovery disk that allowed me to bypass everything and go in and restore my system a day or 2 earlier and remove returnil.

    I'm sorry guys but until you convince me that RVS 2010 is going work under most condtions I WILL not reinstall it.

    I'm to old and to tired to reinstall my OS 4 times this year due to stupid program errors not by the fault of myself.
     
  2. philby

    philby Registered Member

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    Just guessing but people who might want to help might need to know what exactly happened.

    philby
     
  3. zonemaster60

    zonemaster60 Registered Member

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    I have had several issues before and have had patience enough to resolve them but this problem was unwarranted and just appeared out of no where.

    I come home to a popup saying 'RPC server unavailable (or similar). I am assuming it was a windows service. I figured what the hell and reset my computer.

    I get nothing and it would refuse to boot into windows. I tried uninstalling the program in safe mode, but it wouldn't allow me to.

    So I reboot again which then my computer goes into an endless reboot cycle never getting to the windows logon screen. I was pissed, so I ended up leaving my computer for about 30 minutes to watch a TV show.

    I came back and put in my Vista Boot Disk, which EVERYONE should have I may add. Ran that run the repair function and POOF my system rebooted and after it finishing I promptly removed RVS.

    Sorry but I stand at saying until whatever issues are resolved that causes all these problems, I'm done. I really appreciate the free upgrade from RVS 2008 but at this point it's not worth it.
     
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  4. SIR****TMG

    SIR****TMG Registered Member

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    I took mine off after all my system restore points were removed by it. That is on Vista system.
     
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