: Usually System Restore can help to repair your Operating System. But what if the original restore backup has been corrupted? This is where I expect ReImage to be useful.
An advertisement in Windows Secret newsletter made me aware of Reimage.com: >>Reimage restores your Windows OS to its original potential, reversing corrupted files without harming personal data. Scanning your hardware and software, providing a full diagnosis, Reimage can then repair any damage, replace missing system files with the new ones from our database and restore compromised settings & registry values to their original default. Save 33% - for Windows Secrets Readers!<<
The normal price is $70 / €53 for a year, so I have (of course) not yet tried it, even though I am tempted; my Vista is unstable.Read http://www.reimagepl...om/how-does-it-work/
to better understand what it does and doesn't.
The first downloaded file is a downloader. The downloaded setup goes directly to temp, so I don't know how big it may be, but it is merely a scanner. It is a little like the anti-malware / anti-virus scanners one can get from one of those companies we usually love to hate, but for one or the other reason I want to trust this one. Maybe I am being naive. The company is Reimage® R&D Center in Ramat Gan, Israel: http://www.reimagepl....com/about-the-team/
The scan resulted in this (click to enlarge):ReImage: online Windows repair!
Have any of you heard of or even tried this one, and have say?
: the "get info" is hardwired to Internet Explorer.
info about price: