Giveaway from Sysnew: 10.000 copies of SysRestore Pro

Sysrestore is a system and disk clone software that could make images on your system and data for recovery once anything changes like system crashed, virus changes your computer and caused problems, homepage changed by malware, adware. It allows you to easily restore your system hard disk/partition to a previously saved state, effectively reversing infections caused by a large variety of viruses, spyware and other malware. It can also undo system crashes, incompatible software installations, and user configuration errors. The free version of the program has a limit of 10 snapshots.

Restore your system in just one click. When your system crashed or has been damaged, just use CTRL+R when starting OS, your system would be restored. There are options for you to choose when to take snapshot like once restart PC or PC start or every 2 seconds. You can define your own protect area by selecting the partition or disk you want to recover. Keep your PC and inside data more secure with different way of data protection and system restore to make it possible that you can make it when your system crash or software malfunction.

SysRestore Pro -- The Professional Edition provides you with the same benefits as the Free version, but it also allows you to take as many as 1000 snapshots. This makes it ideal for businesses and power users, allowing them to reduce undesirable system downtime and ensuring that mission-critical systems run with better efficiency.

Sysnew is now offering 10.000 copies of SysRestore Pro worth US $299500 for worldwide users to get PC protected by undo changes to your system or disk.

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$299500 is $29,95 over 10,000 giveawayss ...
I've read several install problems on French forums as well. I won't trust this SysRestore, Acronis remains my choice.

For such an important role, this software sales pitch reads like a 10 year old translated it from another language. I couldn't trust my data to it. And what the hell is "worth US $299500"?

No thanks

This crashed my Win7 Home Premium 64-bit on ASUS g73JW, I see others have faced this issue too.
I got BSOD during the installation
Be careful before installing make sure you take good backup if you wanna give try on a live system.

Working on fixing it

I was able to fix it.
I removed all references to the following files by editing registry offline using windows 7 usb boot. (You can use any winvista+ bootable disc to do that.)
fastsnap.sys,bksnap.sys and fastmnt.sys
Also renamed these files in drivers folder.
I am not very sure if this fixed it.
I had Windows 8 CP installed on another partition and I thought its not working.
But I was able to get it running after
running automatic repair
then bootrec /fixmbr, bootrec /fixboot, /rebuildbcd
I am little unsure about what fixed windows 7 as I got both OS running at the same time.
If any of the information helps you then please add comment and let me know.

Also, I think acronis or comodo on my system might be conflicting with sysrestore, SysRestore does give warning about that. I ignored it and my system had crashed during installation.

I had this issue where it crashed my system and i also was setup to dual boot with windows 8 and I wonder if that had anything to do with the crash.

StarkWiz said,
I was able to fix it.
I removed all references to the following files by editing registry offline using windows 7 usb boot. (You can use any winvista+ bootable disc to do that.)
fastsnap.sys,bksnap.sys and fastmnt.sys
Also renamed these files in drivers folder.
I am not very sure if this fixed it.
I had Windows 8 CP installed on another partition and I thought its not working.
But I was able to get it running after
running automatic repair
then bootrec /fixmbr, bootrec /fixboot, /rebuildbcd
I am little unsure about what fixed windows 7 as I got both OS running at the same time.
If any of the information helps you then please add comment and let me know.

Also, I think acronis or comodo on my system might be conflicting with sysrestore, SysRestore does give warning about that. I ignored it and my system had crashed during installation.

Thunderstruck57 said,
I had this issue where it crashed my system and i also was setup to dual boot with windows 8 and I wonder if that had anything to do with the crash.

How did you fix it ?

re-installed from a image ..just seem to be the fastest way ..was unable to do a repair or system restore. I was lucky enough that i had made a image backup a few days ago so just re-imaged the system

StarkWiz said,

How did you fix it ?

Just would like to know why, this is the second article that I've come to and when I click on the links nothing works? What gives?

Farstrider said,
Just would like to know why, this is the second article that I've come to and when I click on the links nothing works? What gives?

The website was down temporarily. It's working for me now though.