Dr.Web LiveUSB is a utility for Windows that will help you restore your system when it cannot boot normally due to the activity of viruses and other programs harmful to your computer.
Dr.Web LiveUSB features
Dr.Web LiveUSB allows creating a bootable USB flash drive with a Linux-based operating system installed on it and embedded programs for analyzing and further curing of infected systems. The utility can edit registry and system files, view and edit text documents, browse web pages and maintain e-mail correspondence.
With the help of Dr.Web LiveUSB bootable Dr.Web LiveUSB you can restore operating system when the consequences of virus activity make it impossible to boot it in the usual way from the computer's hard drive.
Programmers and advanced users can use Dr.Web LiveUSB to edit Windows registry manually. The program also includes a utility to fix registry modifications that have been made by virus programs.
Let's take a look at how to create an emergency bootable USB disk with Dr.Web LiveUSB:
- Plug the USB drive into the appropriate slot on your system unit.
- Run the drwebliveusb.exe program you downloaded.
- Select a suggested device in the program menu (Dr.Web LiveUSB will automatically detect available devices).
- Click the Create button to create a bootable USB stick.
- Then copying of necessary files will start automatically.
- When the process finishes you will see a notification in the program window.
- Click "Exit" to close the program window. Finished!