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Dr.Web LiveCD is a Emergency System Recovery Disk for Windows Systems

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Dr.Web® LiveCD

Emergency System Recovery Disk

If your Windows or Linux system has been rendered non-bootable by malware, restore it for FREE with Dr.Web LiveCD!

Dr.Web LiveCD will clean your computer of infected and suspicious files, help you copy important information to a removable data storage device or another computer, and then attempt to cure infected objects.

How does it work?

    Download the Dr.Web LiveCD image.
    Burn the image onto a CD/DVD. Users of Nero Burning ROM should proceed as follows:
        Insert a blank CD/DVD into your CD/DVD recorder
        Click on the “File” menu and select “Open”
        Browse through folders to the image location and select it
        Press the “Burn” button, and wait while the image is being written to the disk
    Make sure that the CD/DVD drive or any other device with Dr.Web LiveCD is set as the first-boot device. Adjust corresponding BIOS settings, if necessary.
    As loading starts, a dialogue window will prompt you to choose between the standard and safe modes.

    Use arrow keys to select a desired mode and press [Enter]:
        If you want to use the scanner with the GUI, choose DrWeb-LiveCD (Default)
        If you’d like to start the scanner using the command line (console), select DrWeb-LiveCD (Safe Mode)
        Choose Start Local HDD, if you want to boot from the hard drive instead of Dr.Web LiveCD
        Select Testing Memory to launch the Memtest86+ utility
    If DrWeb-LiveCD (Default) is selected, the operating system will detect all available disk drives automatically. It will also try to connect to the local network, if available.

    When the system is loaded, check the disks or folders you want to scan, and click on “Start”.

    If you need extra help, you can contact the Doctor Web Support Team by filling out a Support-Request Form on our web site or sending your request via e-mail
    The Midnight Commander file manager is used to work with files you need to copy to a safe location
    If the operating system failed to configure access to your network, you can do it manually using Networks Configure Manager. From the “Start” menu, go to “Settings,” and then to “Networks Configure Manager”.

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« Last Edit: March 28, 2014, 09:12:55 PM by Software Santa »

 

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