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After the recovery

After the recovery

After the recovery

found this site and thought it may be helpful after you get you rig back up and running:


I have not tried it yet (thankfully) myself.

RE: After the recovery

Yeah, it's a GREAT tool to use for sure!  I've tried it a few different times so far.  I think I mentioned it in one of these forums a few weeks ago, myself, or else saw where someone else did.  I first saw about it on www.tomshardware.com

See here for the now 3 listings of ninite on tek-tips.

[link http://www.tomshardware.com/news/ninite-windows-7-win7,8929.html]Tom's Hardware article where I originally found it.[link]


"If to err is human, then I must be some kind of human!" -Me

RE: After the recovery

Also, don't forget this one if you restore from an OEM's restore disk(s)/partition:
The PC Decrapifier

It also works very well.  It doesn't automate things to the extent that ninte does for installs, but it does take a lot of the hastle out of removing many of the annoying junk programs out there.


"If to err is human, then I must be some kind of human!" -Me

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