Antivirus Live CD on USB 30.04.2012
Antivirus Live CD on USB 30.04.2012 | 1.22 GB
Collection of antivirus Live CD which left the original menu and the ability to maintain updated anti-virus on a USB drive. This was done for their own use on multiboot flash drive, as well as USB-HDD.
. Anti Win Locker LiveCD 3.3 + uVSv 3.74Rus
. Avira Rescue System CD
. Dr.Web LiveCD
. ESET LiveCD
. Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10.0.31.4
Installing on a USB flash drive
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Due to the nature of anti-virus Live CD it is necessary (though not all but) the FAT file system and also to update the Kaspersky need to have another one that he updated his inner resources. It is therefore proposed to break the stick into sections. Owners of x32 operating systems will not create a problem, because in the game when there is such fornication as - dummydisk-setup.exe, which is against the background of Hitachi Microdrive looks much more fun. It is possible to use only one partition on a flash drive, but then have to manually update each time you move a folder of Kaspersky Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10.0 from drive C: to your USB flash drive, to a different computer (without internet ate it) have the latest virus database.
The archive contains version 2e BOOTICE. BOOTICE_0.78.EXE version is only for flash drives split into sections.
If you want your flash drive has only one section, all actions can be performed using only BootICE_0.9.exe
Put this in the boot BootICE_0.9.exe
After installation, run the boot loader - dummydisk-setup.exe and copy the contents of folders on USB flash drive
1part - the first active partition
2part - on the second partition with fat32 file system
The owners of x64 operating systems can use to create and update virtual machines, just look for proprietary utilities to change the stick with a fixed or removable without the use of partitioning.
When using a single partition, and the contents of folders 1part 2part simply copied to the stick.
Updating antivirus databases
AVIRA updated launch avupdatewindowsupdatergui.exe
Dr.Web updated launch bootmoduleupdater5_dwm.cmd
ESET update its own means. To do this, I had to unzip the file from the archive slaxsave.dat slaxsave.zip
Kaspersky updated in such a way - in the running Kaspersky Rescue Disk, run database updates. After a successful update to the C: drive folder appears Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10.0 which must be transferred to flshku. If there are 2 partitions on a flash drive that put the folder in the root partition (not on the one with which you are running Kaspersky. After these steps, Kaspersky will throw off everything in this folder.
In the presence of the 1st partition on the flash drive - delete the folder pre Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10.0 with a stick, upgrading, and copy the folder to the stick from drive C:
System Requirements: Hard Drive, the minimum size to 2GB, PC supports booting from USB drives