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Woo hoo! That worked a treat. Thank you so much for your support, it’s one of the best customer services I’ve encountered over the last few years!
Worked flawlessly. I could not have had it done for the same $20 elsewhere, not to mention the time, effort, and (potential) aggravation involved.
HAS NOT WORKED FOR ME. I MADE SURE I DID EVERYTHING CORRECT AND STILL DOESN'T WORK.
I tried this after downloading the iso hi speed recovery by recommendation. No help at all. Intructions are to boot from disk. My disk would not work. Unfortunte. Boot problems solved a harder and costly way.
USED THE FIX FOR A WINDOWS 7 PRO FOR BOOTING ERROR IT DID NOT WORK
This site saved me a lot of trouble. I thought my lap top had reached it's end, but now all is well.
This product is easy to use, from download, to burning on a disc, to repairing my computer. I couldn't be happier.
Thank you so much!
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.
Bloody hell, that's a nice little utility. It's done the trick on an urgently needed Lenovo laptop which went tits up after 25 MS updates failed to install properly (not the Automatic Repair option, although that did move things along, but the System Restore option, which found an earlier Restore Point that all the various Windows tools had totally failed to find and put things back they way they wuz!).
Bravo - BIG recommendation from me anytime!
Bought a bigger SSD (samsung EVO 500 gb), first cloned woth the samsung software - couln't get the clone to boot. New attempt,used MiniTool to clone the old partition to the new. However, the new SSD was not activated, which was done with easyBCD 2.4. Unfortunately, I could boot only with the old disc (I think because of the uEFI, which I have). Then disaster struck, using the win7s repair tool (and both SSDs connected), I lost "bootability" whatsoever, just the error message failed to boot and Oxc000000f.
However, having created a disc image on USB using the easy USB creator and purchased the easyRE for Win 7, I disconnected the old SSD (leaving only the newly cloned 500 gb SSD still connected) and booted with the easyRepair tool. And in a blink (a restart) the darn thing worked like charm, with the new bigger SSD working, and the computer working exactly as with the previous smaller one, as was the intention. Day saved, to say the least.
After spending all day attempting to repair my Windows 7 PC utilising various methods described on the net I came across a link in a post to EasyRE. I thought I had nothing to lose so purchased it. Fixed my PC within 10 minutes. The best $20 spent for sure.
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