In our latest build, we have some hotfix and this build is proved to be more stable. Please feel free to use CTM, and if you have any questions you can come here and we will try our best to help you. Thanks a lot for your feedback!
“Proved to be more stable” trashed my HDD.
I agree with the OP. You can’t release software that makes a computer unbootable. No excuses.
Your canned comment is it’s important to always have a backup. I know that. If I had daily backups I wouldn’t need your program.
I have been a registered user if Rollback RX - EAZ-FIX for years. I know what I am talking about. You need to pull down your downloads and get this thing to a stable beta before more computers are ruined.
I also had problems with CTM. I would hope that by the time the product is on the download list for all the world to have on the company website, it would be a stable product. The plain fact is it’s not. The most major problem I had with it was trying to UNINSTALL it.
I wonder why won’t anybody create a bootable image for restoring MBR and windows loaders seeing that many crashing posts. IMO the fix program itself will take 5 minetes (using int13 int25 if I remember correctly) to be done if you know where the real data is stored. Primitive viruses do much more job to infect the MBR so is it so difficult for COMODO profy programmers to do the trick? I’m curious.
I have asked the dev team to look into including the facility to backup the pre-install MBR and the post-install MBR and put them onto bootable media with a utility to restore either of them. This has been included in future dev plans.
My original thought was to preserve the CTM MBR in case a utility “fixed” what it thought was a broken or non-standard MRB and, in the process of fixing, munted CTM. It would equally apply to restoring the pre-CTM install MBR.
EDIT: WITH PREVIOUS VERSIONS: I’ve had issues with uninstall in the past myself and that was with the CTM uninstaller. Particuarly an issue if I don’t protect both drives on my system. It uninstalls findin windows itself and then runs into issues on reboot… Maybe the uninstaller should only work from bootup or something.
I’m pretty sure I used the CTM uninstaller, I usually use Revo for all of my uninstalls. I’m not computer illiterate by any means but I certainly don’t know the COMODO software inside and out like you guys do either, so anything I can do to help you guys I’d be happy to do.