VCOM Recovery Commander can restore your non-booting system back to normal. It only takes a few minutes to get your system back up and running. Recovery Commander provides enhanced tracking and recovery features for unparalleled protection and can usually avoid the need to reload or re-image your system.

Here are some key features of "Recovery Commander":


■ Create a System Restore checkpoint when an RC3's checkpoint is created

■ Restore both System Restore and RC3 checkpoints together

■ Restore only the System Restore checkpoint portion

■ Restore a checkpoint directly from under Windows (a restart is required)

■ View System Restore checkpoints

■ Delete System Restore checkpoints

■ Selectively restore parts of a checkpoint

■ Undo a previous restore

■ EasyUpdate - keeps the program up to date with the latest enhancements

■ Log and view prior operations

Recovery CD

■ Compare the existing configuration to a checkpoint

■ Selectively restore parts of a checkpoint

■ Undo a previous restore

■ Boot.ini fixer corrects startup issues

■ Simple folder backup/restore (copy to another partition)

■ View/edit text files

■ View/edit binary files

■ Delete files and folders

■ Rename files and folders

■ Basic graphical partitioning (create, delete, format)


■ Pentium or better

■ Windows 98/Me/2000/2003/XP

■ 32 MB

■ 3 MB hard drive space, plus space for checkpoints. Checkpoints typically range from 5-20 MB of data each, and the default retains the last 8 checkpoints.

■ CD Drive

■ CD Burner/Software is required to make Bootable Recovery CD from ISO image