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Pboot

By levanlm ·
hello

my father bougt me a computer when he was in japan. the seller told him that the windows is installed in the computer allready.
when i turned on the computer everything was fine but when i rebooted it all the changes that i did in the computer were deletet. i asked some friend of mine to check the computer and he told me that there is program called 'Pboot' in the computer that deletes all the changes during reboot. is there any way to unlock this thing so my computer will work allrigh?
regards
levan lm

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You can wipe your disk with this program..

Please bare in mind that this will completely wipe your drive of any data, so do a back up of any data before hand.
http://www.killdisk.com/
Happy computing. :)

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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wipe the disk?

by levanlm In reply to You can wipe your disk wi ...

according to what i understood it will delete all the data in the computer. like FORMAT or worse. i could just fotmat the coputer but i'm not doing it because i dont have all the drivers for the computers hardware. is there any other way to do this or i'm wrong understanding the thing that this program does?

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Have a look in the "add and remove" section.

If the "Pboot" is in there then delete it.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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where is it?

by levanlm In reply to Have a look in the "add a ...

where is that "add and remove" section?
i installed the software and i dont see it. i see only local disks...

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oh no no no no

by levanlm In reply to Have a look in the "add a ...

only now i understood you. uou men 'add and remove programs' of windows. if it was that easy i could to it by now.
the program i am talking about is invisible. it has only a folder
photo 1:
http://img301.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc02397bj7.jpg
when i open one of them this is what i get
photo 2:
http://img509.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc02398mp3.jpg

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You have a PCI card installed in your PC

by Jacky Howe In reply to Pboot

that looks after the PC's settings.


http://www.rogev.com/Files/Manuals/MagicCardExtra.III.pdf


http://www.rogev.com/Manuals/MagicCardProfessional.pdf


http://www.rogev.com/support/manuals.htm

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If this was purchased new you will have the relevent software to uninstall it. If it was purchased second hand I would have thought that the language might be in japanese.

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and how do i remove it?

by levanlm In reply to You have a PCI card insta ...

is there any way to remove it?

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RTFM

by Jacky Howe In reply to and how do i remove it?

you will need the install disk.

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If you are up for it you can remove the software

Through the registry.
Or it might just be an extra partition on your drive that it is booting up from. If so this can be removed. Have a look in "disk management" and see if there is an extra partition. But you will still need your drivers for everything just in case something goes wrong. Be a good idea to get the Xp disk while you are at it. If your system goes down, what software are you going to use to bring it back on line?. A Windows disk will come in handy here.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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What is Pboot? It is a PCI card that is doing this

by ComputerCookie In reply to Pboot

ask your Dad, maybe he doesn't trust you!

That's maybe why he bought this product for you. You cannot remove this product easily and you need to have the disks to re-install after you've done this.

Do you have them.

http://www.tantal.hu/kezelesi/ProgramVedo_Kartya_Extra25_kezKU_75_1_17.pdf

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