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Tried the Bootit BM trial

Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:12 am

I tried the Bootit BM trial software and tried to remove it correctly
and install my licensed BING on my Acer Aspire 64 bit notebook with windows 7.

BING appears to correctly install but when I reboot it
gives this message "Unable to find Bootit in EMBRM partition!" and stops there.

Basically I cannot access the installation except from a cd or diskette
and when I check the installation "Undo EMBRL" is greyed out.

Any Thoughts ??

Re: Tried the Bootit BM trial

Thu Dec 01, 2011 1:57 pm

could be several things, but just install, and once the system is back to
booting normally, reinstall. See
http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/kb/article.php?id=497 for uninstall (for
BIBM but concepts exactly the same for BING).

"rji1" wrote in message news:813@public.bootitbm...

I tried the Bootit BM trial software and tried to remove it correctly
and install my licensed BING on my Acer Aspire 64 bit notebook with windows
7.

BING appears to correctly install but when I reboot it
gives this message "Unable to find Bootit in EMBRM partition!" and
stops there.

Basically I cannot access the installation except from a cd or diskette
and when I check the installation "Undo EMBRL" is greyed out.

Any Thoughts ??

Re: Tried the Bootit BM trial

Thu Dec 01, 2011 3:06 pm

I have deleted all partitions and then tried to install BING with the same results.

Does the EMBR partition count as 1 of the 4 primaries if you choose to limit partitions to 4 ?

I looked at the embr partition before I deleted it had it had some files from BM and Bing.

Re: Tried the Bootit BM trial

Fri Dec 02, 2011 2:57 pm

Yes, the BIBM or Bing partition would be one of the 4 allowable primary partitions.

Re: Tried the Bootit BM trial

Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:32 am

Thank You for the reply ... all is well now !
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