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A rescue disk that includes the Boot Repair tool

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    The Boot Repair Disk was a great tool that was able to repair just about any system that did not want to boot anymore, be it UEFI or BIOS. That was around 2014. Since then, no further development of the project seems to have happened. However, the world has moved on. In 2017, I see a few issues with the tool: 1.) Will not work with nvme SSDs 2.) Needs to be run from an optical media, while fewer and fewer computers have optical drives. When running boot repair from an USB stick, it tends to overwrite the boot information on the stick - so you have to reprogram the stick before every use.

    Posted 04/28/2017
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    i couldn't boot to windows after i installed this program on a usb and booted to it it fixed all problems :D thank you

    Posted 03/03/2017
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    Awesome software. Thank you.

    Posted 12/21/2016
  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Solved my issue in minutes - Highly recommended. I needed to fix Ubuntu 14.04 with various disks installed.

    Posted 11/04/2016
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    Have a dual boot Mint 17.3 with Win10. Used Windows to shrink one of the partitions and create a new one. Big mistake to use Windows to create a partition. "No such partition Grub recover>" on boot. For some reason I could not create a bootable cd or usb flash from this boot repair iso. I've created a bootable Repair disk before, so I do not know what the problem was this time. So I mounted a live Ubuntu cd and installed boot repair with three commands found in askubuntu forums. Very easy. Once Boot Repair was running I knew all would be well. I have used this product many times and it has always worked for me. It is very handy when moving to new drives and Windows is involved.

    Posted 07/19/2016
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