Did you burn it as an ISO file which was still an ISO file on the CD, or did you use "burn image" which makes it bootable and expands all the files onto the CD?
I downloaded this "Easy Recovery Essentials" thinking it would fix the problems with my hard drive. My "T2482 emachines" computer that runs Windows XP will not launch and just says "disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter." (And before I tried this EasyRE I did set the HDD-0 as my First Boot Device)
I burned the ISO I bought from these guys to my disc and changed my BIOS setting to boot from CD-ROM. Then, it proceeded to a GNU GRUB v. 2.00-13ubuntu3 menu with three options: Easy Recovery Essentials, Easy Recovery Essentials (VGA), Easy Recovery Essentials (Safe Mode). They all lead to a wall of code and proceed to an unfamiliar desktop mode (I think it is called Neogrub?). From that point I have no idea what is happening. I can't find the two features I was originally interested in when I purchased I which was Automated Repair or system restore.
Does anyone know if the desktop mode I stumbled upon can actually help me somehow? And if not, does anyone know how to solve my "disk boot failure" problem?