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PC Angel is a program written by another company other then your OEM that built your computer and your OEM and several other OEMs have contracted the PC Angel software program to be their recovery program of choice. The entire recovery process is based on PC Angel in your computer.
Your problem sounds like the installation process is corrupted leading to faulty registry settings that are detected each and every time the computer comes up for reboot. Since the recovery process is based in your recovery partition ( hidden partition ) it would be unwise to attempt a direct fix as chances are, only more corrupton would be created.
However there is one option that could work. Get with your OEM manufacturer and tell them of the problem. Let them know that you have a strong hunch that your recovery partition is corrupted and that you need a recovery DVD provided by them for a very nominal fee, mostly packaging and shipment, maybe not even that.
Once you get the recovery DVDs shipped to you, you can erase and write over the old ( corrupted ) recovery partition with the aid of the new recovery DVDs and this should fix your problem.
How do I know that, because I have personally had to endure it.
PC Angel sucks because it only allows you to make one copy of your recovery partition and if that doesn't get written exactly right to your DVD, you are out of luck regarding a second opportunity. There are tricks around that too, but it requires a very long explanation. Just try to get a DVD copy of your recovery disks from your OEM as that is the best single answer possible.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
PC Angel will keep coming up when you try and restore the system with the discs you have. Its an integrated solution for PC manufacturers to deploy there systems. The issues you are having usually only come about when you are either trying to install the software on a system it wasnt intended for it does read the hardware and check it the correct computer. or if you have a corrupt disc. Couple of things you can do, firstly you can contact the computer manufacturer support and tell them you are having the issue, or you can delete the disc partition and re-install vista from a different disc. Deleting the partition is easy and just requires software, do a google for free partitioning software and you wil find it. As for getting an IDE converotr, you might find that the laptop if its a new one, has an ATA drive and not an IDE, most of the new laptop have ATA drives installed.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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