Enterprise Software

Winternals Software's ERD Commander 2005 simplifies system repair

ERD Commander 2005 creates a Windows XP-like graphical user environment for troubleshooting systems that won't boot

Once running, ERD Commander 2005 presents a Windows XP-like interface providing access to numerous troubleshooting tools in a graphical environment, including:

  • Administrative Tools -- Autoruns, Disk Management, Event Log, Reg Edit, Service and Driver Manager and System Information.
  • Networking Tools -- File Sharing, Map Network Drive and TCP/IP Config.
  • System Tools -- Crash Analyzer, Disk Commander, Disk Wipe, File Restore, Hotfix Uninstall, Locksmith, System Compare, System File Repair and System Restore.
  • Menu Tools -- Console, Explorer, Internet Browser (Mozilla Firefox version 1.0), Notepad, Search, Solution Wizard, Help and Run (command line).

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Erik Eckel owns and operates two technology companies. As a managing partner with Louisville Geek, he works daily as an IT consultant to assist small businesses in overcoming technology challenges and maximizing IT investments. He is also president o...

5 comments
gurumagesh115
gurumagesh115

I WANT WINTERNAL ERD COMMANDER BOOTABLE SOFTWARE PLZ

ranguleo
ranguleo

how to download the software.... ranguleo@gmail.com

RNR1995
RNR1995

Too bad the discoverer of the infamous Sony Root Kit Virus sold out to the evil empire...we shall never see such innovation in windows tools for a long time...If you do please advise me.....Good night Mark Russovich........ Some of the tools can now be found on the Microsoft website, search for Microsoft Winternals Tools

JPPEAVEY
JPPEAVEY

Now that winternals has been bought by Microsoft, where do you get it?

lrhodes
lrhodes

JP, We bought it last December. I called (512) 330-9130 and got the info for our purchasing department. I *think* I was talking to a Winternals employee who was just there taking orders. It's been awhile, so I'm not sure what's going on now. I asked about support, and this guy said MS probably would "for awhile" - whatever that means. So far, I haven't needed support. Regardless, this is a great product. It already made a save that justified (for me) its high cost.