CPR for XP

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Kirrie2001, Apr 8, 2002.

  1. Kirrie2001

    Kirrie2001 Guest

    Abstract


    Windows XP to its knees. If you run XP and are concerned about possible data loss, or you've already corrupted your system in a way that keeps it from booting up, CPR for XP will be well worth its $30 price tag. This small utility improves upon XP's native System Restore functionality by aggressively setting checkpoints and including some additional boot files. But the real reason to own CPR for XP is the CD, which doubles as a bootable recovery disk for damaged XP systems.


    This is taken from to-days Cnet news letter.
     
  2. max

    max Guest

  3. silent_bob

    silent_bob Guest

    Easy recovery is a cracker of a program!

    It allows u to recover deleted files (which arent listed in da FAT cos their deleted) - now thats wot i call usefull. It allowed me to recover my university project after i formatted the drive it woz on by accident (Doh!).
     
  4. xsivforce

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    I think it's Kirrie2001's first post without a punchline. ;)
     
  5. Kirrie2001

    Kirrie2001 Guest

    That`s it..... No more posts.... You have really hurt me xsive. BoohooBoohoo, reaches for hanky, but pulls out plans for invasion of Normandy by mistake.
     
  6. xsivforce

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    It's only because we love ya Kirrie. We look forward to your jokes and funny finds. Now dry it up and make us laugh. :D