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AVG Offers Free Emergency Boot CD

Carrie-Ann Skinner
Mar 25, 2010 8:46 am

http://www.pcworld.com/article/192414/avg_offers_free_emergency_boot_cd.html?tk=nl_dnx_h_crawl

Security vendor AVG has launched a free emergency boot-up CD.

The AVG Rescue CD will recover and boot PCs that are infected with a
virus or unable to boot for another reason.

Any AVG customer, including those that use its free security software,
can download a software package from its website, which can then
either be burnt to CD or stored on a USB flash drive.

If needed the disk or USB drive can then be inserted into the machine
and will boot the PC.

Once booted, the software will scan the hard drive for viruses and
malware, as well as restoring a safe network connection to the
computer.

Advanced users will also be able to make use of a Windows Registry
editor, a TestDisk utility for recovering deleted files and lost
partitions, a file browser for navigating folders and a Ping tool for
basic network diagnostics, all of which also feature in the free
software.

AVG is also offering a version of the Rescue CD for Linux-based PCs.

To download the software, visit AVG's dedicated webpage.

http://www.avg.com/us-en/avg-rescue-cd

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will wrote:
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The AVG recovery disk is nice.  Linux driven and with AV scanning and
network capabilities.



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