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black prince 12-25-2005 05:51 PM

Ultimate Boot CD vs blabla CD
 
@all,

Merry Xmas and Happy New Years :D

Here's a real Plethora 8O of DOS based diagnostic programs:

Ultimate Boot CD: http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

and

blabla CD: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/blabla.html

Which one is a Winner!!!! :)

-BP

Dialhot 12-25-2005 06:29 PM

The first one is free, the second warez.

Sorry I edited your post and title.

black prince 12-26-2005 12:05 AM

Thanks Phil,

I goofed on this one :oops:

-BP

Dialhot 12-26-2005 04:03 AM

Not a problem.
To answer your question, I always had good feedbacks about ultimateCD. In the second one, I can see only "Partition Magic" that can be of any help and does not have any equivalent into the ultimateCD.

GFR 12-26-2005 05:42 AM

Have you tried QtParted? It's Linux but it can run on a live CD. It's supposed to allow you to resize partitions, etc.

rds_correia 12-26-2005 06:25 AM

I have, and it works great.
But unfortunatly this project is dead now.
Too bad but at least it works ;-).
Cheers

Dialhot 12-26-2005 07:00 AM

Actually, UltimateCD has all this :

Ranish Partition Manager 2.44
XFDISK (Extended FDISK) 0.9.3beta
SPFDISK (Special FDISK) 2000-03q
TestDisk 5.7
Partition Resizer 1.3.4
Partition Saving 3.00
Free FDISK 1.3.0
MBRtool 2.2.100
MBRWork 1.07b
FIPS 2.0
Active@ Partition Recovery 2.1.1

I guess that finally the lack of Partition magic is not so important :)


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