Today I took some time to investigate the Rescue Disc function. Some thoughts: The effort to build the disc is tremendous: 1. Download the Windows AIK with 1.2 GB (even on Standard-DSL a monster of bytes.) 2. Install .NET Framework 2.0 3. Install MSMXL 6 4. Install AIK This all for building a Windows PE with SYSRescue. I would prefer as an option: A plugin for NOD32 with Bart PE. All that is necessary is the PE Builder, just 3.3 MB (!) small and working without installation. Furthermore I don't think, that a real-time protection (as in SysRescue) is really needed. (The PE drive is not writable.) What I think would be necessary is the possibility to scan an inactive system, so that even rootkits are not able to protect themselves. Therefor the plugin should do the following: Make NOD32 able to be started from Bart PE (make all appropriate settings in the registry and give the information, which files have to be copied to the PE Builder plugin folder) Give the option to download the last definitions from inside Bart PE and use them from the Ramdisk. Alternatively: If application and definitions have to get necessarily on the same drive and if they would be to large for most Ramdisks give an option to place it on an USB stick, so that the pc can get started with the Bart CD and NOD gets started from the stick.