Can you make a rescue disk with nod?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by stevlo, Jul 26, 2004.

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  1. stevlo

    stevlo Registered Member

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    Ive been using nod32 for the past 4 months and i was wondering if you can make a rescue disk with nod32?if so,can you please let me know how its done?Thank-you ;)
     
  2. Alec

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    A few members were discussing the matter of a rescue CD in this Wilder's thread. Apparently, some have had good luck making a Bart's PE bootable CD-ROM with a NOD32 plugin module. I haven't yet tried it, though, myself. I believe that Blackspear made a CD and it has worked out well for him. Maybe we can get some elaboration on the process, if there are any gotchas, and what other tools some are adding to their discs. ;)
     
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    i just put the hard drive in another computer and ah scan.
    but i understand not every user can do this.
    Safe mode scanning would almost be the same as a boot scan anyway.
     
  4. rjprice

    rjprice Registered Member

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    I use AVDisk:

    http://www.avdisk.org/pages/about.html

    It's free, and works fine for me (Win98SE). It's also admirably small - it gets NOD32 onto 2 floppies, compared with NAV's own rescue disk facility which had reached 8 disks by the time I dropped it.

    Richard
     
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