Bootable USB stick

Terry60

Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
#2
a) please don't start multiple threads for one problem. How are we supposed to know what you are talking about ?
b) what are you talking about ?
 
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#3
What are you talking about? I didn't stop multiple threads. This is the EasyBCD Support forum. I created a bootable USB as instructed. Then I ran it and it boots but does nothing to solve the windows crash problem. It only starts up in EasyBCD safe mode.
 
#4
what are you talking about? I didn't start multiple threads. This is EasyBCD Support forum.
I created a USB bootable flash drive. It booted. It would only stay up in EasyBCD safe mode.
A command line would come up with bd> .
However, it did not fix any of the Windows crush problems.
 

Terry60

Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
#5
You appear to be talking about EasyRE ?
This is the user forum for EasyBCD, peer to peer support for the free community edition of the latter.
EasyRE, being a commercial product, is supported via email to the address specified on the download page.
My somewhat lighthearted original reply was referring to your two threads (I had just replied to the other one, so know this is not your only thread), where you only refer to your problem obliquely as "It" without further elaboration.
Are you having a problem doing something with EasyBCD, which is not relevant to the reply I gave in your other thread ?
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
#6
There are several different software products with "Easy" in their name, and a bit of overlap between their functionality/intended audience. There's EasyBCD, Easy USB Creator, and Easy Recovery Essentials. If you could clarify which you are referring to, that would be helpful :smile: