NeoSmart Technologies is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the latest additions to its Easy Recovery Essentials™ for Windows line of bootable repair and recovery tools for Microsoft Windows: EasyRE for Windows 11 and EasyRE Pro for Windows 11. Continuing a tradition that started with Windows 10, our Windows 11 boot recovery USB is currently available as a completely free download for anyone that needs to fix their Windows 11 installation after a virus infection or a Windows Update gone wrong.
EasyRE is fully compatible with the latest generation of EFI PCs and fixes everything from the original Windows 11 release to problems with the latest Windows 11 22H2 release and beyond.
EasyRE for Windows 11 is probably the easiest and most reliable way to fix BCD boot errors, blue screens during Windows boot, startup errors, EFI bootloader problems, MBR issues and more. You can download EasyRE for Windows 11 for free today, and use it to create a bootable Windows repair USB with the free Easy USB Creator or create a free Windows recovery CD if you prefer that route instead. You just download EasyRE on any working PC, convert the ISO image download to a USB or CD with one of our free tools, then place it in the computer that needs repair and restart it, choosing to boot from the EasyRE CD or USB, and wait for it to load the main menu:
From there, you can start a completely automatic repair, initiate an offline virus scan of your PC (and because it’s an offline environment, rootkits can’t hide themselves from EasyRE!), use the partition editor, make a backup of your files to an external disk, or even browse the web.
EasyRE’s automated repair takes a completely novel approach to fixing boot problems by actually simulating step-by-step what Windows itself does when booting up – except when it encounters an error that would normally cause your Windows installation to halt the boot process and show an error message, it instead dynamically makes repairs based off the database of corrective procedures that is baked into Easy Recovery Essentials. In essence, instead of searching through a limited catalog of known problems and known solutions, EasyRE actually tries to boot the same way Windows does, letting it catch issues that would slip through the cracks with other repair solutions… including Microsoft’s very own.
EasyRE doesn’t shy away from sharing the details of the repair, and it reports issues it encounters while analyzing and repairing your Windows installation as they are encountered. And while EasyRE can’t actually fix any problems caused by failed or dying hardware, EasyRE includes a comprehensive memory scan stage that can usually pick up on issues caused by memory corruption (due to bad RAM in your PC or laptop, overclocking gone wrong, or problems with your motherboard and power supply) and checks for and reports any errors in reading or writing to the disk Windows is installed on, alerting the user to any issues that could indicate pending or ongoing hard drive failure.
Once EasyRE has finished the repair process, it prints a summary of the repair process and gives the user the option of either returning to the main menu to use a different diagnostic tool or the option of rebooting the PC into a now hopefully repaired Windows installation.
EasyRE can automatically fix errors caused by Windows Updates, partial Windows upgrades, many cases of filesystem corruption due to power loss, partition issues, loss of the UEFI or MBR boot menus, BCD errors, incorrectly installed or removed essential drivers, and more. EasyRE is the only tool in existence that can automatically and losslessly convert an MBR installation to boot in UEFI mode – and, when it’s possible to do so safely, the reverse as well.
This latest EasyRE release features complete UEFI support and can boot from either CD or USB even on PCs with the BIOS compatibility mode (also known as the CSM) disabled or completely unavailable. This Windows repair tool is compatible with and has been tested on all the popular makes and models of Windows PCs and laptops, including those by Dell, HP, Lenovo, ASUS, Acer, MSI, Samsung, the Microsoft Surface, and more.
Download a bootable Windows repair USB absolutely for free from the link below:
Download EasyRE to Fix Windows 11
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Please note that free EasyRE downloads do not qualify for tier one support by phone or email; any issues using EasyRE should be discussed in our user-to-user Windows 11 support forums. EasyRE is being offered as-is in the hopes users will find it beneficial to help repair their Windows 11 machines without any warranty, express or implied.
I have windows 10 how can I upgrade to windows 11 is it a simple thing to do
@Ronald you can download the ISO image here: https://www.microsoft.com/software-download/windows11
If you want to do a fresh install, you should create a bootable USB either with the Microsoft creation tool or with Easy USB Creator from https://neosmart.net/UsbCreator/
I tried the Software on an ACER Swift1 with a working WIN11 Pro. With secure boot switched on (mandatory for WIN11) it displays: “Secure boot fail!”
Without secure boot it oviously cannot find a suitable graphics mode. There is only text mode display without ever reaching the graphical desktop.
I am still not sure about the difference between the versions “Windows11” and “Windows11 Pro”. Are there really different versions for Win11 Home and Professional?
Is this software valid for Windows 10 (Pro) as well?
totally cannot boot windows 11…
need to repair boot area – i have tried the full gambit…