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I have been building and fixing computers for over 40 years. And Easy Recovery Essentials is the best program I have ever used.
I was in the middle of a system restore when the power went out!!! And of course my UPS failed. The hard drive was not doing anything, but it was alive, I put it in an enclosure and connected it to another computer.
I tried everything I could think of, many other programs, and microsoft procedures, but nada!!! Easy Recovery Essentials worked in 15 minutes. Wow!!!!
Without a doubt, this is the best 40 bucks I have ever spent on anything, period!!!
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!
i downloaded it in my Oppo F1S phone but when i try to open it.. it says cant open file.. kindly contact us on what to do.. thank u
thank you very much to the NEOSMART TECHNOLOGY.. you are doing a great job, continue your good work, may you all be bless not only thru financial aspect but by serving others in this high tech world……..MAY GOD BLESS YOU AS “HE” BLESS OUR GREAT COUNTRY….as some of you experience the worst of not able to start your computer…the recovery disc i’d ordered and download was an amazing tool, it perfectly did its job….it is by the integrity of NEOSMART to help others during this difficult time that the world is facing.
I got a oxc000000f problem for my Window 7, It solved my probem and worths every dollars I paid!
I will be happy to change my review, but right now I cannot use this at all. When this boots it does not recognize the mouse or keyboard on my computer and is therefore completely useless. Hopefully the tech support paople will get my email and provide a fix.
I want to thank you very much for your support. This download did fix my pc. I was back up and running in less than 10 minutes from downloading the iso burner and downloading this Vista 32 bit Recovery iso file. I burned it to a CD, booted my pc to the CD and it fixed my pc boot problem on the first try. When I rebooted my pc it booted to the hard drive.
Microsoft got a little smarter with Windows 7 as they restored the ability for users to create a bootable recovery CD in Windows 7. I was able to do that just fine with Windows 7 but not Vista. I think I will be upgrading soon.
Trying to clone his 5400rpm disk drive to an virgin SSD thru a SATA dock, I thought I was doing the opposite ! I stopped the process at the very beginning and started to sweat “\1” (and pray hard...).
The disk was showed as empty in Win. Disk Management ! Wow !!!!! Restarted everything... Okay the disk was back. I tried it in his computer to insure everything is ok. It wasn't. Windows won't boot anymore ! Status : 0xc000000e !
Googling this error and finally found your site ! Just followed the tutorial, and BOOOM...
PS : I did not work on the classic drive. I decided not to risk anything more on that drive. I cloned it to the SSD and worked on the SSD.
$20 ! Go fro it !
At least at this point it seems like this site is a scam. I could not find these “\1” that tell you how to make your bootable media from the ISO but I used Rufus and the damn thing would start to boot and then hang. Gonna keep trying.
Rufus is 3rd party software that does not support EasyRE and we have numerous guides on creating a bootable CD or USB, in both tutorial and video format. Links were included in the order confirmation email and on our site:
well worth the price, even though a super computer geek might have figured out what was wrong and solved it through partition magic or the built in partitioning software in Windows 7, but I had no clue. I was playing with my partition sizes and suddenly my boot drive wouldn't load windows and I couldn't even get to the recovery section. I didn't have a DVD rom in the machine, so even if I had my Windows recovery disks, I couldn't do much. So I downloaded this on another machine, burned the ISO (it is totally automated and easy) and then put my hard drive in the other laptop, and booted from that machine's dvd drive. Presto, it fixed the partition and I saw something there about me making it not active, and then something about fixing my MBR, but the key point is that the entire process took maybe 10 minutes (I skipped the memory test) and when I popped the drive back into the original machine, I was up and running. Great expenditure of $20 - highly recommended!
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