This is in response to an old forum of 2011by Jimmy
Greystone - 7/22/11 5:59 AM In Reply to: How do we remove 'Error End'? by
I found this response to be a gem in its DOs & DONTs
I came across it as I have just installed ErrorEND on my computer. Since this
is still ongoing I feel it is worth reopening. Has any precision been gathered
about the safety of that software?
I was led to <buy> the software as I was groping for
help to repair a corrupt Outlook.
I had searched for a day+ and nothing worked,
from the basic install disk repair to whatever Microsoft would throw my way on the
net. Near the end of the second day, I found a site that offered me a free scan
for PST problems. The result was totally accurate in keeping with my problems and, as usual,
I was prompted to buy the software to resolve my issue. After 20 hours of struggling
and almost no food (no time for it) I was willing to try anything, so I bought
it. It downloaded and installed easily, it rescanned and showed me what it was
poised to do, I clicked yes and it took some time to do what it had to do (my
OS was in a shamble I expect)
When it was done, I rebooted and I was faced with an Outlook
which had 2 out of 3 IDs working.
A miracle for me! It took a little longer to get the third one going
but I could follow what was happening by then and at the end the day I was
opened for como again!
I gratefully kept a shortcut of ErrorEND on my desktop and
then, today, I found the old forum response, I panicked and dashed to the control
panel to remove the software. It was a safety reflex on my part, and I am not
worried because I have bought the program so I can always reinstall it.
My final two questions are:
Has an answer been found as to eE
being genuine or malware?
Would anyone sell a malware?
What dummy (except me)
would buy it!
All I can say is that it saved my email life and for that I
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