Windows 10 Recovery CD Free Download

Windows Flag 10With Windows 10 just around the corner, we’re mighty happy to report that our award-winning Easy Recovery Essentials for Windows is now currently available for absolutely free to all Windows 10 preview and RTM users.

 

Easy Recovery Essentials® for Windows, for those that haven’t tried it before, is a one-click disaster recovery CD for Windows that features 100% automated diagnostics and repair for Windows PCs. It’ll automatically go through an extensive battery of tests and solve all problems as it finds them (very quickly, too!) – all you have to do is boot from an EasyRE CD or USB stick, and select the OS you want to repair.

Easy Recovery Essentials for Windows 10 joins the rest of the EasyRE product family providing the following features:

  • EasyRE is a Windows 10 repair disc that repairs all bootmgr, bcd, and winload.exe errors.
  • EasyRE is the only repair CD to repair EFI bootloader errors and problems with bootmfw.efi, winload.efi, and more.
  • Easy Recovery Essentials automatically finds and corrects issues with the MBR, GPT, and partition records, resolving issues with the active partition, incorrectly configured partition entries, recursive partition records, overlapping partitions, and corrupted boot headers.
  • EasyRE detects and resolves dozens of boot-time blue screens of death, and prevents many other BSODs while Windows is loading and when it is running.

Aside from the award-winning and exclusive automated repair functionality, EasyRE also presents many features useful in repairing computers and fixing problems:

  • System/registry rollback and restore
  • Offline virus scanning
  • Deleted partition recovery tools
  • Modern web browser
  • Graphical partition editor

EasyRE can be made into a bootable CD or a bootable USB, and is compatible with just about every computer (32- and 64-bit) from all manufacturers, and supports Windows XP through Windows 10, in all languages and SKUs. EasyRE is also available for servers and for computer repair technicians.

FREE Download: Windows 10 Recovery ISO

The usual disclaimers apply: Windows 10 is still in beta, we cannot be held responsible if anything goes wrong (not that it should). While EasyRE has been fully updated and tested for compatibility with Windows 10 TP build 9926, we do not officially offer support for the Windows 10 versions of EasyRE at this time. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

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163 thoughts on “Windows 10 Recovery CD Free Download

  1. Hello dear Mahmoud Al-Qudsi : I bought and I’d burned the ISO EasyRE for win 10 into a CD . This cd contains five files :
    1- boot (folder)
    2-bootstrap.ufs.gz (folder)
    3-easyre.gz.uzip (uzip file)
    4-launchcode (file )
    5-md5sum.txt (file)

    I’ve burned it with differents burning programs and speeds …but always I get the same five files …and the CD it’s of course unable to boot…because there aren’t any boot file. Even into the bootmanager windows file it dosn’t appears at all …not CD boot possibility .
    I’ve buy the software 2 days ago I ‘ve still 24 hours to download a working alternative from your online service.
    Thanks for the answer and reaming in waiting to read you fast forward .
    Kind regards
    Antonio RIVAS

  2. My laptop originally came with windows 7, but I upgraded to windows 10. Which version of your product should I get? 7 or 10? Or does it matter? Thank you

  3. my windows 10 ausa computer is stuck on the aptio setup how can i reboot it if i dont have a reboot disk or a ubs stick made

  4. How do I get a recovery disc for my aspire es 14 with windows 10 OS?

    I suspected it to be infected with a virus and it won’t load/open.

    Please help me fix my problem. Thanks!

  5. I downloaded and followed all of the instructions to create the bootable USB. It went through all of the tests, rebooted, but still went to the blank black screen after the circling dots. I can hear everything running, just not booting? This is an 8 year old system that was win7 upgraded to win10. now what do i do besides a total wipe?

  6. I wouldn’t buy from this”company” if my life depended on it, quite frankly it your reasonably savvy with the windows OS. windows does have tools the do the job and it won’t cost you a dime beyond what you already paid for windows in the first place( if you bought it as a separate package and it didn’t come with your computer).

    your best bet is keep a backup of all your essential files on a separate , removable drive and insure you have a backup of the OS on a usb stick( you can do this using the media creation tool the Microsoft provides in their site ).

  7. From my side, I was also negative about the product at some point as I could not create a flash recovery option. But at that point the CD boot disc worked very well. Later on after a few tries [using only their recommended Neo-Smart product], I did get the flash option to work, and this recovery software worked a number of times where no other options helped me. So anyone not having success DO try the CD recovery first

  8. The only issue people will have with downloading and using the free version is that it doesn’t support the newer builds of windows 10. For it to work with those you will need to pay for the latest one.
    I can confirm the free one doesn’t work as it tells me my version of windows 10 is too new.

  9. I’ve brought 2 PC’s back from BSOD with their product and am attempting a third now when I happened to run across you whiners. I was ok paying $19.75 to restore at least 2 and probably more PCs. Now you’re gonna say that “you’re a shill for them”. Couldn’t be further from the case, I’m in recovery from being a cheap crybaby. You know who you are and there’s more than one, even a so-called computer engineer. I did mine with a DVD, no prob. Maybe you made a mistake, mine didn’t work the first time until I was more CAREFUL. Worked like a charm….

  10. It took a while to figure out how to make a bootable USB (had to load EASY USB Creator lite). Then when it did boot, it never found my Windows 10 disk – just the old (but working) Windows 7 volume. I really wonder if it could have repaired my startup since I was getting file corruption errors – I doubt that this could really help that anyway. I give up and will be reloading Windows 10.

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