After installing CTM, my computer wouldn’t boot. I couldn’t get the MBR restored so finally tried to restore my computer back to its origional state. It looked like it had done it, but when I tried to boot, CTM was still there and still wouldn’t let it boot. How on earth can I get rid of it when I can’t get anything but the blue screen of death with all my other boot options.
I can boot with an openSUSE live CD, but don’t know if there is a way to get rid of CTM with that. If I use GParted and format my C drive will that work? I certainly wish, I had never seen this program.
I must say very sorry for CTM causes trouble to you.
Restart your PC and hold down the HOME key as you see the CTM screen, there will besome options. You can choose “Uninstall” option to uninstall CTM normally.
Thank you so much. I’m curious. If I had done this before restoring my OS drive, would it have fixed it? If so that should be somehow posted so anyone with problems booting would know this. When I looked in the forum, all I found was info on TestDisk and suggestions to rebuild the MBR. Not knowing computers that well, I couldn’t figure out how to do this.
Thankfully I have other partitions with my most important info so I pray they are OK, but will now definitely get an external drive to back them up to just to be safe.