thank you acronis for destroying my vista

Discussion in 'Acronis Disk Director Suite' started by DopeShow, Jul 10, 2007.

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  1. DopeShow

    DopeShow Registered Member

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    I just uninstalled Version 10 of your Product from Vista 32 and now i have unusable OS, cant boot into safe mode either. Blue Screen.

    Nice work Acronis.
     
  2. Brian K

    Brian K Imaging Specialist

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    DopeShow,

    Just restore a TI image taken prior to installing DDS. If you have one.
     
  3. nuljet

    nuljet Registered Member

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    Use vista's install dvd to repair the booting.

    Did you disable OS Selector before uninstalling disk director?
     
  4. DopeShow

    DopeShow Registered Member

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    i had no full backup. Since i wanted to UNINSTALL the software
    i wouldnt have thought it screw me up then.

    So i had to go through painful repair process (weird enough
    Vista DVD said it coulndt complete the repair and also couldnt
    find any restore points (although i had system restore active
    for the Vista drive (E:) and 100% had fresh points made
    just yesterday.

    Anyway after rebooting i chose last known good and im up
    again (although not sure if really CLEAN).

    But it remains to me the question how the hell can a product
    destroy vital OS assets when being UNINSTALLED. And ive
    read that before. I had an older build of 10 i guess. Anyway
    horrible.

    I never ENABLED OS Selector in the first place.

    o_O :gack: :gack:
     
  5. nuljet

    nuljet Registered Member

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    Only build 2160 officially supports vista.

    This is weird indeed.
     
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