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First Aid Kit

Be Prepared for Computer Emergencies

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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32 and 64 bit) and Linux
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So your Windows machine is acting up, and you’re worried about data loss, data corruption, and generally never seeing your computer perform as it should ever again. Time to fix it up with today’s discount software promotion, First Aid Kit!

First Aid Kit safeguards you from data loss and subpar Windows performance. With First Aid Kit, you’ll be able to address emergencies, whether it’s completely strange system behavior, suddenly slower performance, or a completely nonresponsive Windows installation.

What do you get with First Aid Kit? How about the ability to backup your data, clone hard drives, and scan your drive for viruses? What’s more, you can use First Aid Kit to share drives so you can get to them from another computer on the network, or track down and restore accidentally deleted files, even from formatted hard drives. And if you’re selling or donating your computer, you can use First Aid Kit to permanently delete all of the data off of your hard drive!

Bonus features include a Registry Editor, emergency desktop access, and the ability to have a friend view and provide remote maintenance over the Internet! All of this and more is yours with First Aid Kit!

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anders Looks interesting.
German? Good.

Anyone has experience using this application?
Feb 23 2019 at 3:12am Copy Link
Praveen Is this deal for a lifetime upgrade license?

I don't see anywhere (in the fine print or on your website) about version numbers or upgrades.
Feb 23 2019 at 6:56am Copy Link
William W. Geertsema An earlier version of this program (the file size of was 1,408,340,173 bytes, whereas the present size is 1,516,025 KB) was offered on BitsDuJour on November 24, 2016.

I downloaded that earlier version to my Windows 7 Pro 32-bit system, and installed on a 16-GB USB stick.

When I started up the machine from that memory stick, I ran into no end of trouble:

-- The OS which started up was painfully slow;
-- before long, the system crashed; it looked like a memory crunch, but could have been any conceivable conflict of tasks;
-- when I tried to restart my normal Windows 7, I was repeatedly confronted with an error message,and at first could not proceed from that point (every Escape would repeat that situation);
-- when I then inserted the Paragon Hard Disk Manager 15 CD, it showed me that the drive letters of literally ALL drives had been changed; it took me a lot of time to restore normal drive letters;
-- attempting to restart my normal Windows again led nowhere;
-- I finally figured out that during the start process a (barely visible) choice of two Windows 7 installations was presented, and that the top (default) choice led nowhere (probly to the USB drive, but I was loath to let that run again);
-- when I selected the second "Windows 7" the machine started up normally;
-- unhappy with this default state of affairs (which made unattended booting impossible), I downloaded and installed NeoSmart Technologies' Easy BCD; that program allowed me to change the default on startup to my normal Windows 7 (although stil listed in second place), and to reduce the timeout from 30 seconds to 8 seconds. From then on, I could restart my machine in normal fashion;
-- when I finally could run Windows again normally, it turned out that drive C: had been mutilated; running CHKDSK /F C: solved that.

All in all, not a satisfying experience.

I suspect that "First Aid Kit" had been coded on 64-bit machines, and only tested on 64-bit machines, at least for Windows 7.

Until (a lot of) time has passed, I will not attempt to boot again from the memory stick. Perhaps it is worth a try after I upgrade to 64 bits and huge memory (at least 8 GB)

William W. Geertsema
Feb 23 2019 at 4:26pm Copy Link
Engelmann Software Dear William, the software is for 32- and 64-bit systems. In case of problems, please contact our support:

But please note: Our software can't change e.g. the driver letters. The system rund completly from the USB stick and is independend from your other configuration.

I may guess that theUSB stick installation maybe failed. We ususally suggest to use sticks from Sandisc or Intenso. But you can try to boot our software using a DVD!
Engelmann Media GmbH - Feb 24 2019 at 10:09pm Copy Link
Engelmann Software This deal is for all versions withing this version 1. If we will once release a version 2, there will be no free upgrade!
Engelmann Media GmbH - Feb 24 2019 at 10:10pm Copy Link

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