tgell wrote:To keep the computer from auto-booting at a BSOD, do the following.
1. Right click My Computer>Properties
2. Click on the Advanced tab
3. Under the Startup and Recovery section, click Settings
4. Under System Failure un-check "Automatically restart"
This has to done in an admin account.
rt wrote:Dear nokPT,
Could you tell us whether you get rid of the BSOD? If yes, we are glad to know you have resolved your problem.
You said "i start with easeus live cd" Do you mean you used the bootable CD to restore image? If yes, here is the link to refer to:
http://www.todo-backup.com/products/fea ... ableCD.htm
If you have further questions, please contact us at your convenience.
Meanwhile, thanks for tgell's kindest assistance!
EASEUS Support Team Q
EASEUS Customer Support Center:
Notsag wrote:Hi nokPT,
I have a similar problem: Successfull restore, but Windows do not boot.
Can you tell me exactly how you proceed in order to get a bootable Windows.
- Have you selected "Sector-by-sector"?
- If not, have you been able to assign a drive letter to the restored partition? For me, that option is disabled. I then restored without assigning a drive letter, but windows is still not bootable.
Any other information you can give me might help.
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