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Ultimate Boot CD - Overview

Ultimate Boot CD - Overview
Current release: 5.2.9 Ultimate Boot CD is completely free for the download, or could be obtained for a small fee. If you had somehow paid a ridiculous amount of money for it, you have most likely been fleeced. The least you could do is to make as many copies of the offical UBCD and pass it to your friends, relatives, colleagues or even complete strangers to minimize the per unit cost of your loss! *Please note that some of the freeware on UBCD explicitly prohibits redistribution for commercial purposes eg. DIMM_ID.

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Create a multi boot rescue USB flash drive - Neowin Forums UPDATED 2009-8-20: Windows PE 3.0****************************************************************** This is a neat little project for those of you that could be asked to help fix a PC at any moment in your life - the end result is a flash drive which when booted lets you pick from: SystemRescueCD - amazing Linux live environment which has a large array of rescue tools. A Computer Repair Utility Kit You Can Run From a Thumb Drive - ReadWriteWeb Technibble, the Australian site for aspiring computer techies, recently released the second version of its popular Computer Repair Utility Kit, a collection of 57 hand picked tools to help you diagnose and repair your Windows machine. While all of the utilities are freely available online, this all-in-one kit saves you the trouble of searching for and downloading them individually. Most of the applications don't require installation and the kit can be run directly from your thumb drive. Although the kit is extremely useful as it offers all of the tools in one neat package, we thought it might be useful to describe each application and rate it based on the level of experience required for use.

How to Use the Fdisk Tool and the Format Tool to Partition or Repartition a Hard Disk This article describes the Fdisk and Format tools and how to use them to partition or repartition a hard disk. How to Use the Fdisk and Format Tools Before you install your operating system, you must first create a primary partition on the hard disk (disk 1) on your computer, and then format a file system on that partition. The Fdisk tool is an MS-DOS-based tool that you can use to prepare (partition) a hard disk.

RetroShare Since 2013, the web site PRISM Break recommends RetroShare for anonymous file sharing.[5] The number of simultaneous users is, in January 2014, more than 5800.[6] Authentication and connectivity[edit] After installation, the user either generates a pair of (GPG) cryptographic keys with RetroShare, or selects an existing keypair to use. After authentication and exchanging an asymmetric key, SSH is used to establish a connection.

9 Best Free Image Editors Adobe Photoshop may be dominant among industry professionals, but the software can be daunting for beginners and amateurs who just want to touch up the occasional photo. There are many simpler, easier-to-use alternatives to Photoshop, some of which offer features the latter does not. Plus, many image editors don't have the hefty sticker price of Adobe products. Create a Bootable Ubuntu USB Flash Drive the Easy Way We’ve already covered how to use an Ubuntu Live CD to backup files from your dead Windows computer, but using the boot cd can sometimes be a little slow. We can speed up the booting process by installing Ubuntu to a bootable USB flash drive instead. To accomplish this, we’ll use a tiny software package called UNetbootin, which is designed to make the installation process simple and easy. Create the Bootable Flash Drive You’ll first need to download the UNetbootin software and save it somewhere useful, since there’s no installation required, just double-click to run. I chose to use an already downloaded ISO image of the Ubuntu installation cd, and then chose my flash drive, and clicked the OK button.

How to Reinstall Windows XP Easily This howto will demonstrate how to keep all of your data while reinstalling Windows without copying it off of your hard drive. This will only work if you have a Windows XP CD or a real source to install it from, NOT a manufactures "Restore CD" which reloads all the junk it came with. I have seen people on the internet dread reinstalling Windows because it takes so long to backup gigabytes of data and to restore it later! I have found a way that makes it so you do not have to go through the whole hassle! Read on to find out! This guide will show how to create a Bart PE (Preinstalled Environment) live Windows CD and how to use that CD to make the reinstallation of Windows easier.You will need a Windows XP CD (The I386 directory some manufactures put on the computers in either C:\ or C:\Windows\ Might work) or installation source to be able to use this guide.

Free NTFS Bootdisk, NTFS4DOS, NTFS Boot CD DOS Drivers For Reading, Copying, And Writing To NTFS Drives I've assembled Two Methods for you to see and work with NTFS drives while in DOS or by booting with a DOS bootdisk or bootable CD. They may come in real handy if you need to save data or modify/add/delete/edit files on an NTFS Drive or Partition. Method 1 View, Copy, Write, And Edit Files On NTFS Drives Sometimes you need full Read AND Write access to NTFS drives if XP/NT is not booting in order to delete a file, replace a file, rename a file, or edit a file such as boot.ini or perhaps win.ini. This driver is called NTFS4DOS Personal and used to be a free download from Avira but it seems to be no nonger on their website.

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