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Posted on Feb 29, 2012 in PC Maintenance, Troubleshoot Windows | 2 comments

Reimage tutorial 1 – Installing Reimage

Quickly solve stubborn PC problems and replace broken and damaged system files with Reimage. Reimage is an innovative new PC repair tool and service that uses the power of Cloud Computing to help repair damaged files, libraries and registry entries on your PC. If you haven’t done so already, you should read our Reimage bench test to find out what makes this tool stand out from the usual PC repair utilities.

If you want to install Reimage on your PC, it’s really easy to do so. Firstly, visit the official Reimage homepage and click on the “Start Download” button. Save the file to your computer in a location where you can easily access it. Once the download is complete, double click on the file or choose “Run” or “Open” from your browsers download manager. Windows Vista and Windows 7 users may have to enter their administrator password and/or click Yes, if Windows User Account Control prompts them to do so. The following window will then appear:-


Install Reimage - step 1


Click on “Next >”. The following window will then appear:-


Install Reimage - step 2


Scroll down to read the license agreement and if you agree, click on “I Agree”. There will then be a short pause while files are copied and configured. When the process is complete, the following window will then be displayed:-


Install Reimage - step 3


The software is now ready to use. If you want to use it right away, enter your details and then click “Start Scan”. You can then move directly on to our next tutorial. If you don’t want to use Reimage right now, simply click “Cancel”.

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  1. my computer havig duaboot first partion windows xp2 and second partition windows 7 now only xp2 working as default no boot boot option by selecting bootsect.exe /nt60 windows 7 but xp2 not available by bootsect.exe /nt52 xp2 is working and no windows 7 how to make boot to boot by startup to select help

    • That’s a little beyond the scope of this tutorial! Maybe try one of the expert forums around the web?

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