Found multiple sources reporting this program as free however it clearly is not.
Won't even boot. Followed the directions step by step.
I had an issue with the USB creator trying to get EasyRE booting from a flash drive for some reason, even after following all the instructions like enabling legacy boot and turning off secure boot. However, burning it to a DVD disc and using an external optical disc drive worked PERFECTLY and got my laptop booting again. I selected the auto repair option and it just went to town!! I just saw processes it was running flash on my screen and next thing you know, I restart my laptop to the Windows login screen. Freaking incredible.
Bought the product, does not do much and cost is horrible
Windows 7 f***ed up the last update, stuck on black screen with cursor. Experienced in resolving Windows errors, I spent 4 hours trying various ways to fix it, resulting in changing the error to missing /BOOT/BCD and then to missing bootmgr. Most tries to fix crashed with various errors anyway. Then I came across this software - automated fix everything? Yeah, sure... First it did not start - ok, make sure to use FAT32 for your USB as described in the FAQ.
And then it just worked! This is an auto-repair that actually works! And it worked on a problem where none of the standard fixes available on the internet was successful. I am really impressed :-)
All my old tools failed with Windows 10 and bad GPT files (system could not find an OS). Despite 40+ years of PC building and support I was at a standstill. Discovered Easy Recovery Essentials, at a price I could live with. No problem creating a boot DVD which could and did rewrite usable Safe MBR and boot files, leaving me with a running Windows 10 installation. Many Thanks!
Hi. This morning, I found my computer restarted and on recovery partition. Main partition was not bootable and all repairing from windows recovery partition. Commands like bootrec /fixboot and bootrec /fixmbr were successful executed, but the problem was still here (no effect). Command bootrec /rebuildbcd refused to work with error "Failed to create a new system store. Status = [c000003a]". Tried Hiren's utilities on a boot usb but was not successful. One of the links on google search pointed on Easy RE. Tried it in last hope and it worked. Thanks.
I wasn't optimistic but after spending a couple of days trying all the things recommended by others I thought it was worth spending $99 just to get our Server 2008 working again. Sure enough it didn't let me down, it was $99 very well spent!
By “mistake” I erased some important system files from a Windows Vista HP, I thought that it was a goner because the pc would only show the black booting screen where you decide to start windows normally or in safe mode but none of them will work, it would just return to the same screen. But after finding EasyRE and burning the software into a CD and doing a System Restore the computer went back to working again, it really worked.
I purchased my previous version of this product about a year ago and I was very happy with the way it worked. It definitely saved me a lot of time and effort. I had a crash this year, popped the disk in and I got a message that said my version of widows was to new (Still windows 10 from last year). I was hoping that there was an available upgrade for existing customers. Unfortunately I ended up buying a new copy of the program. Granted it worked great, but it was another $20.00 for a piece of software I might use once or twice until the next revision comes out.
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