Well, the *meaty* bits of the Paragon software versions 9 and 10 *do* work, if you can get them to, but it's the boot environment (maybe call that the non-boot environment
) that it creates that can fail absolutely disastrously, to the point of making a hard drive apparently unusable.
I'd guess that if the drive you copied everything to is working now, if i understood correctly, then you can quite possibly fix the non-working drive by just DELETING the partition on there, and then making a new, clean one. --- Just ensure that your software appears to be working, and that your data appears intact before proceeding.
If this fails, then Grav!ty has some hands-on experience with an extremely similar issue, and may be able to help you