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I am a techie geek myself, but a laptop I was repairing,Blue Screen of Death (BSD), and it appeared total, erased , WinVista, but found these great people and Software program that said it will do the job, and for such a reasonable price, I decided to got for it.Within purchase , download, burn ISO, boot up on ISO disc , within 7 mins repaired it, and with a reboot a few mins more, WOW, it up and running in superb condition. So emailed Mark a thank you, and asked,but would a WinXp home edition with,NDDLR missing on Black Screen, also be repaired , ((Microsoft under my contract with them Could not,Oooops))
Mark said yes, so downloaded the WinXP repair disc, and same again, total repair, up and running about 11 mins in total.
So many thanks again Mark. wish all people were as good and honest as yourself, and your company.
Just a quick thank you for saving me a huge headache! We just migrated a Windows 2003 server over for a dental practice. The server had several partitions and we used VMWare Converter to create the VM. Everything went well and then we moved it to the Mac server and opened it in VM. It quickly booted to the "NTLDR is missing" error.
Being that this is a server from 2003 we couldn't locate the disks and I new it was just an issue with the VM not being able to find the correct boot partition. I came across your software and was able to download it within minutes and was able to change the boot flag that was on the data partition to the correct boot drive partition.
A huge sigh of relief and now this company will be able to be up and running by Monday am.
Nate Cinal Apple Certified Consultant
I thought I write a brief review on this since I was skeptical at first but it fixed my issues and I had to do it justice.
My computer was hit with a MBR issue after using a cleanup program which messed it up.
- 0x00000f BCD error (black Screen)
- Windows recovery failed to work (incompatible version ?!?)
- Diskpart could not set the drive to active in command prompt
- BCD Rebuild failed to work as drive was locked out
I was pretty much out of options and I came across this software, so I thought I try it out since the last option was re install which I would hate.
And truly enough 10 mins of running the software the automatic repair fixed whatever issue and the computer booted as per normal.
So if your at your wits end, give this a shot. It worked for me and I hope it will for you.
I have a PC that was running Windows Vista Ultimate and it suddenly lost its sound. After trying several different fixes that did not work I decided to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate.
The upgrade went on for several hours with no problems, even doing a couple of reboots during the process. However upon finishing the install and a finale reboot to go into Windows 7 nothing happened.
I got just a black screen with a blinking cursor. After a week of trying different things to fix the problem I came across EasyRE. Needless to say after running the automated recovery my machine now boot into Windows 7 Ultimate with no problems. This took about 15 minutes with EasyRE, and to think I could have saved a week and many grey hairs if only I had known about it earlier.
I just purchased and used the windows 7 repair download. I was at a point I couldn't get past the black boot up screen. I only had two options, run windows normally or start up repair. Neither option worked for me. I tried system restore, image restore, emergency back up from Dell, and every other option I could find, all taking me back to same screen. When I came across this "repair" I was quite skeptical. I am a novice at computer repair but am good at researching and following directions. I downloaded the repair and followed the simple directions emailed to me, which also included a link to install a burner to complete the download to a readable disc. In literally less than 30 minutes I was up and running again. The instructions were very clear and easy. I am a happy camper.
For the last 10 days or so, my Windows 7 Home Premium laptop, was totally unusable. It would not boot, because the mbr and the boot loader seemed to be gone.
Then, just 1 hour ago, I finally found your site. I was a little loath to trust yet another product claiming to be able to help me. But I bit the bullet, paid my 20 bucks, and downloaded your great recovery product EasyRE. I burned the ISO to CD, and then started this machine using the automatic recovery option.
I did not lose anything, it even started at the command I was using when it stopped. So one hour, plus $20, and I am so delighted.
Thank you. I will be telling my friends about this product.
Please use this as a reference if you wish.
Warmest regards, Brian Dixon.
Broke off my engagement with Microsoft years ago and gladly forgot the hairball of code and difficulty finding answers. I should have told my friend to take his polluted Windows 7 laptop down the hall, but didn't.
The viruses were so pervasive that repair attempts turned into tragedy, leaving no alternative but to slave the drive, archive the files and factory reset.
The factory reset brought on an automated update that lasted more than 8 hours (really?) and ultimately choked. The restart left the computer completely unresponsive, even to the F8 on boot up for the recovery partition.
Thanks to the $20 I spent here, this #($*%-box is back up and going through the initial configuration process.
Money well spent. Highly recommended.
I had a virus appear suddenly on a reboot, and a phone call from a "windows repair" offering advice on fixing my machine. Freaked me out. System would not boot, no matter what system repair, system restore, or any other effort tried. Got EasyRE and was able to boot off the DVD I created, but still not able to boot off the Win 7 install on the system. Contacted NeoSmart on Saturday and got a response back in a very short time about an alternative boot recovery solution they made available for me, no extra charge.
Viola! In minutes my system was alive and kicking! I cannot say enough how helpful, responsive and professional this experience has been. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
Windows 7 was stuck in an endless reboot loop, and the various start-up repair options failed. Did some searches with Google and found Easy Recovery Essentials web page. For just under $20 I was prepared to try it. Downloaded it, put it on a CD and tried it out. It did its magic using the automatic repair option on the first go, and that was it. ALL OK! Magnificent! I can now go to sleep and it's only 11pm I didn't feel like spending hours backing up the hard disk, wiping it, formatting it, installing windows, running all the updates, installing the software and restoring the data manually. I have better things to do with my time! Many thanks.
Just bought this program. The features are amazing. Very simple to deal with and navigate. Neosmart will be referred to all my friends. I usually don't leave reviews but after my computer disk driver problems got fixed with this program, I can't help but thank them.
Best recovery tool on the internet by far. $40 for the pro is a steal for what it can do.
Like many people that come across sites like this that claim to do a lot but always fall short, I was skeptical. But I looked around the web for reviews on the legitimacy of his site. Gave her a shot and they stand true to their word.
Kudos to neosmart Easy RE!!
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