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Need help on using Paragon Drive Backup 9.0 Pro to recover hard drive

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Enrico_49, Apr 14, 2010.

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  1. Enrico_49

    Enrico_49 Thread Starter

    Apr 12, 2010
    Hello everybody.

    I had a problem after uninstalling O&O Defrag using Revo uninstaller. My system became unstable, I tried system restore, tried to recover my system from the recovery partition, and a set of recovery CD's, all to no avail.

    Someone suggested that I use Artellos ARCDS recovery CD. It made one pass then stopped working. I was advised that I would need to get a Windows XP Pro Media Center CD (2600 build) and run that. As of now I have no way to get that CD.

    However, what I do have is a verified recovery DVD and 4 Hard disk backups all created on 02-06-10 using Paragon Drive Backup Pro 9.0

    My problem is that I don't know how to use these DVD's, and want to avoid further damaging my PC.

    I already booted the PC with the recovery and the #1 DVD, however, there are too many choices that I'm unfamiliar with and loath to try.

    There is a simple restore wizard, which seems like the one i should use, however I'm not sure how to proceed from there.

    If anyone here is familiar with Paragon 9.0 Pro, could you please advise me on how to proceed.

    Thank you in advance for any time you spend on my behalf.

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