Avira FREE data recovery rescue CD

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  1. Chubb

    Chubb Registered Member

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  2. lordpake

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    Thanks for the heads-up! Looks interesting.

    *Yet another thing to have in my 'arsenal'
     
  3. Woody777

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    Thanks for the Rescue Disc.
     
  4. xandros

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    thank you
    can you teach us how to use it plz ?
     
  5. Meriadoc

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    Ok thanks Avira.

    Thanks for pointing this out.
     
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    Thank you for you share.
    :D
     
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    Is this the same as Avira CIA Commander? And what about Avira WinRollback? Just a month ago I was searching for these tools, but I couldn´t find them on the site. But anyway, nice to see that they are giving this stuff away for free, might come in handy sometimes. :thumb:

    http://www.avira.com/en/products/avira_drivenet.html
     
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    @Rasheed187, probably not. I tried this yesterday, it is just a boot cd (linux) with a Avira AV, and a console if you fancy using such :)
     
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    no it's not the CIA Commander.
    The CIA Commander and WInnRollback such as, Unerase, NTFS4dos etc are no longer develloped.
     
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    It seems not to support Vista.
     
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    Odd. I tried it at work, with Vista laptop. The only problematic thing I encountered was it didn't burn the disc for some reason, could be the drive, drivers, F-Secure, Norton Antibot you name it. Instead I let it create the disc image which I burned with different application.

    Vista itself is, I believe, irrelevant as this is a boot disc after all :p
     
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    Personally I haven't tried it but look in the user manual here...

    Wrong link. Sorry.
     
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  15. lordpake

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    That's the removal tool manual? I fail to understand the connection to the Rescue CD.
     
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    Strange perhaps? Downloaded the file, and burnt it on a cd.
    Rebooted, and tried to run a Antivir scan, that completed in a split second with a messages about "Demo mode"

    What am i missing?
     
  17. Trespasser

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    My error. I followed the wrong link.
     
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