[CC] Free Wondershare LiveBoot 2012! ($59.95 value – giveaway ends soon!)

Nowadays most peoples’ lives revolve around their computers; and when a computer disaster strikes, it can be very devastating. Thus it is always handy to have tools ready to help you recover from a computer crash. Wondershare LiveBoot 2012 is one such tool.

Here is what Wondershare claims LiveBoot 2012 can do:

Quick Overview

Rapidly Rescue You from Any Imaginable PC Crash Disaster with a Boot CD

  • Boot up any computer with a boot disk
  • Rescue data from crashed or damaged computer
  • Partition, format, clone, and deep wipe hard drive
  • Rescue crashed Windows and hard drive
  • Install Windows easily
  • Reset Windows user/admin password

Features In Detail

Main Functions of Boot CD for Windows

Windows Recovery – This boot disc provides a complete solution set for all Windows crash and booting problems including booting failure, virus infection, blue/black screen, and more.

Data Recovery – This bootable disk can rescue any data from your internal/externall hard disk or partitions no matter deleted, formatted, or whole disk corrupted, including documents, archives, emails, photos, videos, and audio files.

Disk Management – This DOS boot disk offers complete disk management solutions including partition management, disk/partition cloning, disk/partition wipe, and more.

Password & Key Finder – This boot CD for Windows can help to reset Windows password when you forget the login password and find Windows or Office product key when you want to reinstall them.

Boot up any computer

  • Boot up any desktop or laptop when you cannot enter Windows, your computer crashes, or you want to work under boot environment.
  • Boot up computer by inserting boot CD to your CD drive or plugging in USB drive, and restarting your computer.
  • Latest WinPE 3.0 technology – 100% hardware compatibility.

Rapidly rescue crashed computer or hard drive

  • Boot up computer if it is infected by virus.
  • Fast recovery from crashes such as bluescreen and blackscreen.
  • Fix booting problems, random crashes and missing file crashes such as ‘ntldr is missing’, ‘bootmgr is missing’, etc.
  • Repair partition table, corrupted registry, virus-infected registry key value, and crashed MBR even it is infected by virus.
  • 1-click system file recovery.
  • Rescue Windows 98/ME/2K/HOME/2003/XP/NT/Vista and Windows 7.

Rescue data from crashed computer or hard drive

  • Transfer files (photo, music, document, etc.) to external storage devices if your computer or hard drive is badly damaged or cannot be restored.
  • Rescue files from formatted or crashed hard drive.
  • Rescue files from crashed Windows.

Wipe entire hard drive or partition

  • Deep wipe the entire hard drive or partition with 1-click. It can be used for the below purposes.
  • Give you a fresh start when you want to reinstall Windows.
  • Kill virus when your computer is affected with boot sector virus.
  • Speed up hard drive when you want to clean an old hard drive.
  • Prevent your data and files from recovering by data recovery software when you want to donate your computer.

Backup and restore file & system

  • Backup and restore your file/folder, partition, disk or entire hard drive at any moment.
  • Backup file to various storage devices such as USB, internal hard drive, CD, DVD, ZIP, FireWire, etc.
  • Back up large volume data in minutes.

Partition, format and clean your disk

  • Provide perfect partition management – creating, deleting, activating, resizing, merging, splitting, converting, formatting, hiding, etc.
  • Flexible enough for you to clone a partition or entire hard drive to an internal disk or external disk as you like.
  • Recover MBR (Master Boot Record), rebuild the lost partition table, and surface scan to check for bad sectors.
  • Deep clean entire hard drive or partition with 1-click.

Clone entire hard drive and partition

  • Clone entire hard drive or partitions to an internal or external disk.
  • The cloned hard drive will be bootable.
  • Support all Windows version, IDE, SATA, SCSI, USB, FireWire, and more.

DOS Command Environment

This DOS boot disk provides MS-DOS command environment with all major DOS commands such as chkdsk, debug, fdisk, DiskCopy, Scandisk, etc.

Recover your Windows CD key

Retrieve Windows product key with 1-click from crashed or good computer.

Typically Wondershare LiveBoot 2012 would cost $59.95 per license. However, for limited time (giveaway ends on August 12, 2011 at 10:00 GMT) everyone can get Wondershare LiveBoot 2012 for free!

To get Wondershare LiveBoot 2012 for free, fill out the short form on the promotion page and check your e-mail inbox; you will receive an e-mail with registration information. Then download Wondershare LiveBoot 2012 and register it with the registration information you received.

Promotion page: http://www.wondershare.com/topic/giveaway-liveboot2012.html

Download link: http://download.wondershare.com/liveboot-downloader.exe

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23 comments

  1. Rob (Down Under)

    I have located some IDE power cables with switches in the cable.
    Yell out if anyone is interested.
    Rob
    PS if you have Sata drives, you can get IDE to Sata extension(convert) cables ($3), and have the switched IDE power cable as the power source.

  2. faulkn_c

    @Rob (Down Under):

    I had simlar problems dual booting Xp and Win7, I wanted to keep the documents and stuff common, but somehow Xp screwed up the Win7 files (or vice-versa) and deleted things it thought weren’t native to it’s OS.
    For a while I just used a removable hard drive carrier and swapped the XP or Win7 hard disks as and when needed.
    Now I just keep 2 PC’s and use a KVM…….

  3. Rob (Down Under)

    Anyone know of a switch ?
    Because of unwanted interactions of OS’s when dual booting, I have resigned myself to having two drives in my PCs, and I keep the data cables permanently plugged in.
    However I only have one power cable connected at any time.
    So if I want drive A, then I unplug the power cable from drive B.
    And I do the opposite if I want drive B to run.
    Does anyone know of a switch that can be installed in one of the power cables, which has two outlets. Those two outlets can be run to drives A and B, and can remain permanently connected to both drives.
    From that day on, all I have to do, is toggle the switch, to select either drive.
    You don’t have to provide me with a direct link to a seller, all I need is the correct terminology to Google for.
    Thanks,
    Rob

  4. Rob (Down Under)

    @Doug:
    Are you sure that it is the motherboard ?
    Windows has a habit of ‘mothering’ multiple OS’s
    You may find that it is the Boot.ini in one of your OS’s that is offering those two choices to you ?
    If you are correct (that it is the motherboard), could you elaborate on that for me.
    My PC’s are 2004 or older, however I have a friend interstate that has a new PC tower.
    It is a 64 bit running Win 7 Pro.
    If he ever has problems with programs, it would be great if I could advise him (over the phone) how to pop in another drive, into which we could put XP or Win7 32 bit.
    I have been hesitant to suggest this, but if his motherboard can do what you described, I would be happy to suggest he do that (2nd drive with 32 bit OS).

  5. Robin

    Been trying to install ,running download and after 15-20 minutes.message cmes on either setup file is not downloaded,or this fioe or that file,advising to run agian on XP, sp3.This has been attempted atleast 5 times since last three days,without success.At the end gave up.

  6. larhome

    Installed on both Vista-32 bit and Win7-32 bit and booted up fine using Imgburn.
    Very nice and clean interface !
    Thankyou dottech.

    Very good program but I will continue to use Acronis True image for dire problems like viruses and such.

  7. faulkn_c

    I downloaded it first thing this morning and the download speed was then OK.
    Installed no problems and burnt a boot CD – only problem was ImgBurn crashed after CD verify – but it worked anyway.
    Very useful tools, never tried a WinPE disc before, so thanks WonderShare – a great giveaway….
    But where do you enter your license details?

  8. Merlin

    I am not sure I understand what it brings that Hiren’sBoot CD does not for free. Or what you can achieve with your windows 7 CD or any stuff that Acronis or paragon provides ?

    There are zillions of these things and rather than just unloading them on unsuspected reader a bit of comment and comparison would be welcome.

  9. Col. Panek

    @Fatma Batim: I use 2 ways of running old XP-only programs. At work I run Ubuntu 10.10 and on our network there’s an XP server which I log into using Terminal Sever Client and run anything I want from my desk. At home all our machines dual boot the Windows they came with, and some flavor of Linux, mostly Ubuntu variants. Using the Wine program, I can install and run most XP -only programs. It also runs most Windows 7 programs, although I always try native Linux ones first. (One I couldn’t fully install was WordPerfect2000, the installer was wierd. )

  10. Jim Carter

    The download is slow. This giveaway has been mentioned on several sites. Wondershare’s downloader allows you to restart the process (which I had to do). I was eventually successful. I’m comparing this product to another (commercial) app and there’s no comparison–Wondershare’s is best (for my needs) thus far.

  11. Dan

    Please help, somebody. I have been trying to download the installation files from their website for over 3 hours now with the Live Boot downloader keep crashing. I know the site must be busy, but not so busy as to not respond continually.

  12. Doug

    I too have windows 7 installed with Xp also. I do not use the duel boot feature. I have a second hard drive installed with Windows XP installed on that drive. During the boot process my motherboard gives me the option to boot from ether HD. So if I want XP I just Boot from my XP drive. If I want 7 then I chose the Windows 7 drive. Check to see if your motherboard has this feature. Most new motherboards do.

  13. Fatma Batim

    My problem is that I bought a new windows 7 64-bit computer that will not allow me to dual-boot windows XP. I need XP to run some programs that I have confirmed that windows 7 is unable to run (I have been through the windows 7 compatability rigmarole already and do not want to fork out for a more expensive version of windows 7 to utilise XP virtualisation).
    I have my new computer’s SATA drivers, which I know that XP doesn’t have, on a USB flash drive.
    I want to use “Wondershare LiveBoot 2012″ to make an installation of XP on a hard drive from my old computer bootable on my new computer.
    Any hints would be much appreciated.