How many times have you been faced with an error code or a blank screen when trying to start up your PC? If you're lucky, you'll get an actual code to research and maybe a method to repair the problem after doing hours of online research. Most of the time, you'll have to ship the hard drive off to some expensive computer repair shop in the hopes they have come across the problem before.
Not anymore! With the easy-to-use interface and bootable operating system from Active@ Boot Disk, you'll be able to fix these issues all on your own. This jack-of-all-trades tool can manage and recover data from partitions or entire drives, create backup images, change passwords, wipe disks, and more.
Using Active@ Boot Disk is similar to running your computer in Safe Mode, but with way more capabilities. The best part is you can run Active@ Boot Disk from a CD, DVD, or USB thumb drive instead of having to install it on your home machine. It is like having a good friend come over and explain how to help you with a problem in your own home. There is a network access configurator included as well, in case you need advanced communication to restore a working environment on your home OS.
Worried that you'll end up with an error, but don't know where to start? No worries at all. Active@ Boot Disk includes a disk health checking and monitoring tool that keeps track of and reports on everything from hard drive temperature to other S.M.A.R.T. attributes so you can prevent potential critical errors.
Active@ Boot Disk does work to solve hardware issues after installation by loading extra drivers for specific devices that may have modified PC boot-up sequencing. This is especially handy when you get a new peripheral or updated internal card that completely messes with the current system. Instead of having to dig into your PC tower, you can simply use Active@ Boot Disk to upgrade or downgrade that device's drivers and get your OS back in working order.
The entire Active@ Boot Disk utility works from a Windows Wizard interface that even amateur PC users will have no problem using. You can download a free trial version of the software at https://www.boot-disk.com/index.html to better understand the different features and capabilities. For the complete program, you'll need to purchase a license from one of the tiered levels, including Personal, Corporate, Site, and Enterprise that relate to how many machines you are managing.