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I was a little sceptical but after I burned the disc and inserted it in the dvd player it went to work in a few minutes. It took about 45 minutes but I didn't loose any files and now my hewlet packard pc runing like new. Thank you very much for saving me alot of money.
I just downloaded the file for windows 8 and nothing has worked. the file that downloaded hasnt go any file in it that can do anything there are just txt file to open. :( waste of $20
Had an old vista running computer to use for our broadcast system. Took it back to the office and did an update on it... Wow - what a mess. The system stayed on for all night and got hung up on a reboot / system update configuration loop. Tried everything i know. Happen to find these guys advertised on another site... Was skeptical, but the 19.00 was a good investment to see if we could get it back.
Guess what - It worked and it was easy to use! My computer is fixed and ready to go back to work next Sunday in the Tech Booth at church!
I had compressed my C drive to save space, and only afterwards realised my folly, when my laptop wouldn't boot. It kept going through a repair loop and restarting, but always ending with a black screen. I asked my work's IT expert, who laughed and suggested I would probably lose everything.
Looking on a variety of forums, I tried several approaches, none of which worked. I tried a W7 repair disc, but the laptop wouldn't recognise it. I downloaded a windows 7 system disc, which went so far and then stopped. I was almost at the point of giving up, and trying my system recovery disc, which would scrub all my files, when I saw a review of Easy RE. Not a lot to lose, I paid my £12 and downloaded it, burnt it onto a DVD, and popped it in my dead laptop. Less than 5 minutes later, the message told me to take out the DVD and restart my computer.
Pure dead brilliant, my laptop works fine. I can't thank you guys enough. I'll keep ERE handy and definitely recommend it to anybody as the first tool to use.
Cumoangerraff, Ayrshire, Scotland.
I am back up and running! I was able to create a bootable USB- follow the instructions and get the separate download for that software. The repair did not work BUT I was able to use the USB to go back to a previous snapshot and that is great.
This is the best value for a dollar you will ever receive. I had major problems and the repair process was complicated and long running but they stuck with me through the entire ordeal. Neosmart can be a little slow in getting back to you but they always do and there solutions are amazing. Thanks very much. I could not recommend them more strongly.
Had a boot failure with an Acer Aspire Desktop (Jan2018); disabled secure boot and enabled CSM legacy booting; booted with W10 disk but for some reason still couldn't access Refresh functions to do a reinstall with "keep data"; why did this option not appear? Anyway, rather than reinstall from scratch (after backing up data) I chose to try the Neosmart EasyRE boot disk.
Very slow to run (from a DVD) but menu with automatic repair came up after a couple of boots (perhaps I didn't wait long enough). IT WORKED Shame it didn't say what it fixed “\1” probably did the trick.
Thanks guys. Shame the license is only for Windows10Home but I'd better not complain too much...
I've been trying literally all day to fix my boot sector error, I bought this and tried the Automated repair and BAM LIKE MAGIC, it works, and I didn't lose any of my precious files! Woooooooooooo!
Thank you so much!
Hi, I just downloaded and used EasyRE for Windows 7 and it's amazing!
It quickly and quietly did its work, with nothing else needed from me, and as a result I am back in action. The best $19 I've spent in years - thank you so much, you saved my day / week / month etc!
Had and acer laptop with Linux on it and needed to pass it on to a Family member with the original Windows Vista. Used Gparted to reformat the drive in NTFS and used recovery disks but GRUB came up. Could not remove GRUB with anything. This disk did the trick. Ran autorepair, rebooted and Windows Vista is running like a new PC now. Thanks!
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