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load the disk from ERE but it did not work at all.waste of money
Thanks for making this software available. I brought my laptop back to life after the blue screen.
Easy Recovery Essentials worked to fix my Windows 7 that refused to load. After four frustrating days of trying everything I could think of, EasyRE saved the day. The download and installation went smoothly. The instructions were clear and complete.
Strangely, it was “Restore to a Previous Point” that solved the problem. Strangely, because the date of the “previous point” was two days after Windows 7 first stopped loading. But I’m not complaining.
Why don't you guys make this free for all users until Windows 10 gets a service pack and is stable. its stupid to charge ppl that upgraded and have thier laptops and pc's break and unbootable because of it. Why should I have to pay to fix something before I even get a chance to use it...
At first I was very dubious that this work. I had tried everything, booting into repair trying various console commands, like bootrec and diskpart. Nothing worked, my partition was showing up as hidden and there was no way I could change it. Fearing for the worst I thought I would have to do a wipe and reinstall. The worst thing was that it happened out of the blue, one day I turned off my computer the next day it wouldn't boot, to rhyme of reason.
Easy Recovery, that I happened to stumble upon was a last ditch attempted. Reluctant to pay $20 (£13) for something that I couldn't guarantee to work, I am really glad I did!
I can not recommend this enough! From purchasing to fixing my system it took less than 10 minutes. If you had tried everything (like me) this was a godsend!
Just one final note to say that I never write reviews and I would like to assure anyone reading this that is a genuine product and this is not one of those sketchy self made reviews. Everything about this 100% genuine!
I couldn't get past the logon screen for windows Vista no matter what I did and I did not have a recovery CD, an original Windows VISTA CD, or a usable restore point. Every time I tried to logon, I got, “\1” I was skeptical, but purchased the EasyRE Windows Vista Recovery CD. I tried it, but still had the same problem.
I sent an email to EasyRE tech support late at night and by 8:12 am, I received a reply with a link to new software and instructions at no additional cost. This time everything worked without a problem and I have my computer back and working great! Great product and extremely fast and excellent customer support! I rarely write reviews, but I highly recommend this group.
Wow, wow.. at first I thought this was just a gimmick.. True to it's promise, it work on the first try... and I was skeptical and reprogrammed the BCD and BootMgr for 3 hours on my own without success.. Should have spent the $20 in the first place and save me all those headache.
EasyRE successfully recovered my Asus X200M Windows 10 laptop after I broke the UEFI boot-loader while installing Fedora to a separate partition. EasyRE fixed in twenty minutes what I could not after a day and a half of running MS repair utilities, rummaging through tech support blogs and poking around in a terminal.
From what I understand my recovered PC has been converted to a MBR volume from here on, but that is a preferable change for my needs as I now have a robust laptop for working with a variety of distros instead of the vulnerable device that I had when I began.
When i got home i turned.on.my laptop and turned it on the windows/system32 error was gone and the internal recovery program started. its been a year since this laptop worked. so idk if it was the previous disc.or whay but thank you for offering me the second one. i finnaly have my computer back!
I’m sold! I disabled too many services on my msconfig boot.ini. That kept the computer from booting up. I invested the $20 into the Vista Recovery Disk and we’re back. YES!!!!!!! One thing you will need is a older wired keyboard and mouse (the round 6 pin). When the Recovery disk is working, the rest of the computer is shut down, ie, USB ports for wireless keyboard/mouse. I am soooooo happy. I was about ready to purchase a new hard drive and step up to Windows 7 (which wouldn’t have been all that bad). I recommend this product!!!!!
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