Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 Update 19.02.2012 Full Version | Operating System your PC is in trouble? You are forced to re-install or recovery because windows was broken? Before deciding to re-install and format a hard drive that will culminate in the loss of data, why do not you try to use Kaspersky Rescue Diskrecovery 10 (Update 02/19/2012). With this tool you can scan your PC at a time canbackup your data.
Kaspersky products have already built a name amongst the most powerful security systems remove That viruses, spyware, worms, and other malicious activity from your system.
Kaspersky Rescue Disk is Such a product, with a twist. You can burn the image to a CD, and set it to boot from the CD when using it on an infected CD-ROM drive.
This tool is very simple to use, and it has a standard and visually-appealing interface.
You simply select the objects Kaspersky has to scan (disk boot sectors, hidden startup objects, or local hard drives), and hit the scan button.
The Rescue Disk will make a report of all malicious objects found in your system, like viruses and Trojans, but also adware and other similar software.
Any found infected files can be quarantined, Disinfected, or removed.
In the Settings menu you can configure the current security level, file types, scan optimization (ie skip files scanned longer than a given number of seconds), archive scanning, installation packages, and others.
Updates are done on a regular basis, and notifications can be set for malware detection or modifications, obsolete databases, failed tasks, or others.
Our tests enabled the Rescue Disk to discover and remove a few spyware from our systems, but of course it took its time for a full scan.
CPU and memory are fairly used when Kaspersky Rescue Disk is active.
So, if you want an effective way to cleanup the mess left by viruses and malware, use Kaspersky Rescue Disk. It's free!
Kaspersky Rescue Disk description
Boot from the Kaspersky Rescue Disk to scan and remove threats from an infected computer without the risk of infecting other files or computers.
Burn this ISO image to a CD, insert it into the infected system's CD-ROM drive, enter the PC's BIOS, set it to boot from the CD and reboot the computer.
This lists the Gentoo-specific options, along with a few options That are built-in to the kernel, but that have been proven very useful to our users.
Also, all options start with That "do" have a "no" inverse, that does the opposite. For example, "doscsi" enables SCSI support in the initial ramdisk boot, while "noscsi" disables it. Easily remove the malicious objects from your computer without the risk of getting infected.
acpi = on - This loads support for ACPI and also Causes the acpid daemon to be started by the CD on boot. This is only needed if your system requires ACPI to function properly. This is not required for Hyperthreading support.
acpi = off - Completely disables ACPI. This is useful on some older systems, and is also a requirement for using APM. This will disable any Hyperthreading support of your processor.
console = X - This sets up serial console access for the CD. The first option is the device, usually ttyS0 on x86, Followed by any connection options, the which are comma separated. The default options are 9600,8, n, 1.
dmraid = X - This allows for passing options to the device-mapper RAID subsystem.Options should be encapsulated in quotes.
doapm - This loads APM driver support. This requires you to also use acpi = off.
dobladecenter - This adds some extra Pauses into the boot process for the slow USB CDROM of the IBM BladeCenter.
dopcmcia - This loads support for PCMCIA and Cardbus hardware and also the pcmcia cardmgr Causes to be started by the CD on boot. This is only required when booting from a PCMCIA / Cardbus device.
doscsi - This loads support for most SCSI controllers. This is also a requirement for booting most USB devices, as They use the SCSI subsystem of the kernel.
hda = stroke - This allows you to partition the whole hard disk even when your BIOS is Unable to handle large disks. This option is only used on machines with an older BIOS. Replace hda with the device That is requiring this option.
ide = nodma - This forces the disabling of DMA in the kernel and is required by some IDE chipsets and also by some CDROM drives. If your system is having trouble reading from your IDE CDROM, try this option. This also disables the default hdparm settings from being Executed.
noapic - This disables the Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller That Is present on newer motherboards. It has been known to cause some problems on older hardware.
nodetect - This disables all of the autodetection done by the CD, Including device autodetection and DHCP probing. This is useful for doing debugging of a failing CD or driver.
nodhcp - This disables DHCP probing on detected network cards. This is useful on networks with only static addresses.
nodmraid - disables support for device-mapper RAID, Such as that used for on-board IDE / SATA RAID controllers.
nofirewire - This disables the loading of Firewire modules. This should only be Necessary if your Firewire hardware is Causing a problem with booting the CD.
nogpm - This diables gpm console mouse support.
nohotplug - This disables the loading of the hotplug and coldplug init scripts at boot.This is useful for doing debugging of a failing CD or driver.
nokeymap - This disables the keymap selection used to select non-US keyboard layouts.
nolapic - This disables the local APIC on uniprocessor kernels.
nosata - This disables the loading of Serial ATA modules. This is useful if your system is having problems with the SATA subsystem.
nosmp - This disables SMP, or Symmetric Multiprocessing, on SMP-enabled kernels. This is useful for debugging SMP-related issues with Certain drivers and motherboards.
nosound - This disables sound support and volume setting. This is useful for systems where sound support Causes problems.
nousb - This disables the autoloading of USB modules. This is useful for debugging USB issues.
Volume / Device Management:
dodevfs - This enables the deprecated device filesystem on 2.6 systems. You will also need to use noudev for this to take effect. Since devfs is the only option with a 2.4 kernel, this option has no effect if booting a 2.4 kernel.
doevms2 - This enables support for IBM's pluggable EVMS, or Enterprise Volume Management System. This is not safe to use with lvm2.
dolvm2 - This enables support for Linux's Logical Volume Management. This is not safe to use with evms2.
noudev - This disables udev on 2.6 kernels support. This option requires dodevfs That is used. Since udev is not an option for 2.4 kernels, this options has no effect if booting a 2.4 kernel.
unionfs - Enables support for Unionfs on supported CD images. This will create a writable Unionfs overlay in a tmpfs, allowing you to change any file on the CD.
unionfs = X - Enables support for Unionfs on supported CD images. This will create a writable Unionfs overlay on the device you specify. The device must be formatted with a filesystem Recognized and writable by the kernel.
debug - Enables debugging code. This Might get messy, as it displays a lot of data to the screen.
docache - This caches the entire runtime portion of the CD into RAM, the which allows you to umount / mnt / cdrom and mount another CDROM. This option requires you have at least That twice as much available RAM as the size of the CD.
doload = X - This Causes the initial ramdisk to load any module listed, as well as dependencies. Replace X with the module name. Multiple modules can be specified by a comma-separated list.
noload = X - This Causes the initial ramdisk to skip the loading of a specific module Causing That may be a problem. That matches the syntax of doload.
nox - This Causes an X-enabled LiveCD to not automatically start X, but rather, to drop to the command line instead.
scandelay - This Causes the CD to pause for 10 seconds during the boot process Certain portions to allow for devices That are slow to initialize to be ready for use.
scandelay = X - This allows you to specify a given delay, in seconds, to be added to Certain portions of the boot process to allow for devices That are slow to initialize to be ready for use. Replace X with the number of seconds to pause.
What's New in This Release:
· Options of configuring the network (including Wi-Fi and Wi-MAX) has been enhanced.
· Computer-loading from a USB drive has been improved.
· Boot speed of a distributive has been improved.
· Work in the graphic and text modes has been improved.
· The program modules have been updated.
· The kernel of the operating system has been updated.
· Third-party program packages have been updated.
Your computer system must meet the Following requirements to create and useKaspersky Rescue Disk:
CD-ROM/DVD ROM (to install Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 from the installation CD);
USB socket (to install Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 from a removable boot drive);
CD-ROM/DVD recorder (for recording Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 image);
Support for booting from USB and CD / DVD;
VESA-compatible video card;
Support for file systems FAT32/NTFS/Ext2/Ext3/Ext4/Reiser.
Kaspersky Rescue Disk is not compatible with Mac-based computers.
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 2 or higher),
Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 2 or higher),
Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (Service Pack 2 or higher):
Intel Pentium 300 MHz processor or higher (or a compatible equivalent).
256 MB free RAM.
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic (32/64 bit),
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (32/64 bit),
Microsoft Windows Vista Business (32/64 bit),
Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise (32/64 bit),
Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate (32/64 bit):
Intel Pentium 800 МHz 32 bit (x86) / 64 bit (x64) processor or higher (or acompatible equivalent).
512 MB free RAM.
Microsoft Windows 7 Starter (32/64 bit),
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Basic (32/64 bit),
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32/64 bit),
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (32/64 bit),
Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (32/64 bit):
Intel Pentium 1 GHz 32-bit (x86) / 64 bit (x64) processor or higher (or a compatibleequivalent).
1 GB of free RAM (32 bit) 2 GB of free RAM (64 bit).
How to Use:
Burn ISO file to DVD
Boot your PC / Laptop via DVD
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