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All I can say is WOW. Holy SH*T. This tool works. After being a knuckle head and messing with my SSD my Win 7 Ultimate System went into a reboot loop and just would not start. I searched in a PANICKED FRENZY for a solution on the boards - everywhere. After I noticed that when using my recovery CD that my system was not even recognizing my OS on the right drive - somehow I managed to stumble on to the NeoSmart site. They even offer step by step how to fix your MBR - but when I tried it it did not work. Then I saw the option to just buy their CD and it would fix the issue. I was like yeah right but I was desperate. Ordered it, burned the ISO image onto a CD using another computer - booted off of it - their menu came up - I clicked repair and BAM - my system booted after I restarted it! That's INSANE!!!! It really works. Just Buy It. Thanks for a great product.
They support me quickly and step-by-step! Tanks a lot!
"Easy" as in, if you are a computer technician easy.
Lots of options, just very little information about what they do or how to use them.
The windows 7 stops responding usb 3.0 after updating and i serched internet for recovery DVD and found this site saved my time Thank you guys.One thing price is on the higher side
Exceptional product. My son's xp system had a bootmgr compressed and would not boot up. Worked on it for a week with no success until I found this tool. From download to burn to full repair less than 15 minutes. Everything on his computer was was intact. All I can say is WOW !!!!
This was a waste of money and time. Do not even spend your money. Download the files and get no directions. The lousy video tutorial is an advertisement. Had to go to YouTube for directions. Still a bad program, with little support. Even if it fixed my PC.
I have a HP Envy DV7 Laptop With Windows 8 installed, upgraded to 8.1 then 8.1 Pro on a good quality Samsung EVO SSD Drive (upgrade from a traditional Hard Disk Drive). After several years of hard "on the road" use, due to repeated power issues when the battery catch broke and loosened the battery, the Boot Record was eventually corrupted and the system (C) drive would not boot despite the fact the boot drive is an SSD (destruction of the boot loader/sector is a fairly common Windows 8 scenario).
I tried just about everything else, including Windows 8 Auto and Command Line Repairs, DISKPART fixes, Repair BCD fixes and the other usual recovery routines without any success.
I had the original drive stored and multiple backups and several older disk images so I could continue to work from another disk while trying to repair this one when I wasn't working.
EasyRecovery Essential for Windows 8 repaired the Boot issues after one pass - when booted from the Bootable CD you can make from the ISO DVD/CD Image download.
Note you will have to enable Legacy mode form the UEFI/BIOS o this particular laptop in order to be able to boot from the Easy Recovery DVD or CD you create from the the ISO image you purchase.
The Easy Recovery environment will be a little confusing to some as it boots to a Linux/Unix shell while running many tests and checks before getting to the Windows-style interface from which you can run Automatic Repair. You should choose the C volume to repair, not the Reserved or hidden System partitions.
There were no issues with Easy Recovery fixing the Boot Sector issues or the Boot Loader and marking the C drive Active again so I could boot into the OS. All my C drive files, applications and my profiles were there when I did (in any case I have my data files on a secondary data drive, which is also backed up).
Following the repair sequence the Laptop immediately booted to the system partition / C drive and I was back up and running. No problem at all.
I have a old PC with Win 7 where I installed a Ubuntu partition. In some point I tried to restore the Win 7 to factory settings and the Grub got losted. I got only the Grub rescue screen. I didn't have a installation's media, so I was not able to reinstall the SO. EasyRE repair my boot and I was able to use the Win 7 again.
Created an ISO disk but it doesn't work. How about some instructions for making it bootable.
Editor's response: Instructions are available in text, picture-by-picture, and video format at http://j.mp/EREUSB and http://j.mp/ImgBurn
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.
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