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I changed out motherboard, processor and memory. My computer would not boot and from all that I could find out, I would have to do a clean install. Your recovery disk worked and I am emailing you from my recovered computer. You saved me a lot of time and trouble. I really thank you for the help.
My Windows Vista 32-bit was stuck on the boot screen reading “Configuring Windows updates 3 of 3 0% complete”. Nothing I did could fix the issue, I could not use safe mode or any other recovery system. I purchased the recovery disk, burn it, popped it in my useless PC, it started working its magic, kind of sounded like hamsters running around in the keyboard and… BOOM!! Worked like a charm. I was able to get back in my PC and still had all my lovely documents, pictures and all my other eHording data.
I recommend this product to everyone and it was money well spent. A+++
Best application support system easy process information.
I had tried to dual boot Windows 7 and an old version of Windows media center edition XP. I couldn't get online on XP and couldn't get back to Windows 7. I tried everything that I and the internet could think off. In desperation and unwilling to pay $100 to a shop I bought EasyRE. Burnt the iso to DVD at work, put it in my PC and fixed! Brilliant.
It has been a while since I encountered a recovery scenario that I could not solve. Since Microsoft moved on to use UEFI, if your boot loader is corrupted to the point where it wont launch system recovery or safe mode, and you don't have a windows install disc or product key, you are screwed. Stumbling onto EasyRE and it actually working for me was the best thing that happened to me.
Luckily I had another PC that I could use to download the file and create the boot usb. If you are using windows 8.1 you may need to enable legacy support and set it at higher priority than UEFI so your boot usb is recognized. If I knew this ahead of time, it would have saved me 10 to 15 minutes. Also I highly recommend scheduling or making system restore points.
Guys, considering that DVD players are being deprecated, you should pre-package the boot USB creator with the EasyRE iso with generic documentation for use including common CMOS settings. Your site documentation was great but I had to search for it. Great Product!
A complete waste of time...and no way will I be paying for this load of trash.
Simply the worse program ever.
All I can say is Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. I was totally locked out of the system with no adminsatrator rights and no adminsatrator on hand. I did not think it would work but sure as they said it would, it did. Saved me a lot of time and money. Good deal, Ed
I said to heck with it and risked the 20 bucks, but it worked flawlessly, I got the boot error after resetting my USB drivers and this neosmartmedia Auto repair worked like a charm on my Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 Dell XPS laptop.
Thank you Ali for your help in rebooting my Vista desktop i would recommend EasyRE as i had never heard of this company lucky i found you from searching from a long way away. Monty
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