Memdisk block my PC startup after a failed backup with Drive Backup 9.0 Free !

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  1. aircraftstories

    aircraftstories Registered Member

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    Hello,

    First, sorry for my english ...

    I have a big problem with my PC.

    I have installed "Drive Backup 9.0 Free Edition" to backup all my partitions.

    I launch the software, but it informs me that it's mandatory to restart the computer because a partition is in use.

    My PC reboot, and a little message is displayed : "....... memdisk 2.05" and a lot of lines with a lot of numbers .... and block ! After a lot of minutes without reactions from my PC, I decide to shutdown.

    But now, at each startup I have this message on a black screen :

    Drive 0: primary 01 Win Vista/2008 NTFS SYSTEM RES

    Here you can find a screenshot : http://aircraftstories.free.fr/pc.jpg

    And I need to press "enter" to continue booting ..... :-(

    How to delete this step ? Please, help me ...

    Thanks in advance for your support.

    My system is :
    windows 7 64 bits
    packard bell TK87
    2 partitions : one for the "packard bell" recovery, one for windows.

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    Last edited: Dec 3, 2011
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    seekforever Registered Member

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  3. Mech_An

    Mech_An Registered Member

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    You've used too old version of Paragon for Vista copy.

    Please do the following to get rid of the useless boot menu:
    Run Paragon program in Full Scale (Advanced) mode
    Right-click your system Hard drive and select Update MBR.
    Click Apply to perform changes.

    Check if boot menu disappeared.
     
  4. aircraftstories

    aircraftstories Registered Member

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    Thanks, it's solved with your solution about MBR.
    Many thanks !!!
    Benoit
     
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