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systemcrash 25. Jun 2010 02:48 PM

system Virtualizeation
 
I have had problems with system virtualizing since the begining. The first one i installed was a old returnil without the antivirus it worked fine.

When i reinstalled my computer from scratch i left it out as they udated and i never got round to it. But then i came across icore, it seemed like everything i wanted It creates virtual user accounts to protect the computer.. in theory.. I downloaded and ran and it wouldnt install. i gave up after 6 attempts. Downloaded the new returnil instead.. It worked, it protected my sytem but everytime i cleaned and rebooted, for some reason it also deleted or currupted my MBR so i had to repair it before i could use my computer again.

I stayed with returnil though i just installed MBR Gaurd... but everytime i restarted my computer it froze on the loading screen with the status bar.

So i then got rid of returnill, i tried icore for one more time and it installed but as it went to create the accounts it never finished. But didnt apear to be frozen. After resetting my computer the acounts where there but wouldn't let me access them.

I have tried time freeze and virtual protection both installed and worked like they should, but not what i want. I want to be able to create a virtual system that i can use on a daily basis and only delete if my computer develops a problem restoring it. which i could do with icore if it worked, not to sure about returnil.

I have installed returnil and icore on my computer (at seperate times) with no other programs installed to conflict with. and without MS Updates exept the required ones just in case but the same problem happens every time.
Im just not sure why they wont work proply on my system.


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