Trying Out reimage PC Repair Online

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Sun, Jan 31 - 4:38 pm EDT | 5 years ago by
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I must be someone that likes the good ol’ days or something. I’ve got an ancient Windows smart phone that I’m not willing to pay to upgrade, my kid is sitting on the living room floor playing an original Nintendo and I’m sitting here writing this blog post on a four year old Toshiba laptop running Windows XP.

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reimage provides a downloadable application that you install and let run on your machine. Once the application gets going it seems to be running fairly quickly and is providing lots of information about the what it’s gathering from my machine. As it goes it’s also showing me how my machine compares to the worldwide average of other machines. Not sure how the worldwide average is as helpful to me as perhaps North American average since I’m in North America, but it’s all still interesting.

I’ll follow-up later with another post that illustrates what suggestions I was provided and just what else may be wrong with my system after the scan.

My initial impression of the reimage PC Repair application right now is very high. We’ll let you know how the rest of the experience goes.

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  • http://wolferiver.wordpress.com Brigitta

    heh. I’m also running a four year old Toshiba laptop with WinXP. And I’ve just decided to try out reimage pc repair. Let’s see if our experiences match up.

  • http://www.bnpositive.com/blog Jason Bean

    Absolutely let me know what your experience is after the repairs.

  • http://wolferiver.wordpress.com Brigitta

    I ran the reimage scan and it told me that my computer was very unstable, meaning that some software would hang or freeze up a lot. That has certainly been true. So I ran their repair routine, which cost me some money, but I figured if it saves me the hassle of wiping and re-imaging my disk to its original state, it would be worth it. (Hey, on a four year old laptop that I’ve been using every single day, the thought of de-crapifying it all over again gives me the heebie-jeebies. Not to mention going through all those security updates.) I had to do some farting around, and it took a couple of tries, but I finally successfully ran their repair routine.

    Well, the result was that my computer booted up fine but no software would open! Aieee! So then I restored from a previous known good setting, and since then it’s been working fine. It boots up faster than it had been prior to this, and doesn’t hang in the middle of what I’m doing like it had been doing for a long time.

    Did it do anything for me? I don’t really know. Maybe. But I’m keeping my files all backed up. This Reimage Repair didn’t go as smoothly for me as advertised. If my stability issues return I’ll just bite the bullet and re-image the hard drive.