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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Recover files from corrupted Operating System

Easy way to to recover files when you cannot boot in to windows.


1) That the hard disk is in a reasonable working state.
2) That all other usual recovery method has failed or got complicated.
3) That you have in hand your Windows Operating System disc.
4) Download avast! BART CD with another computer and burn to a disc. Scan your hard disk with this bootable CD. Mirror download
avast! Bootable Antivirus & Recovery Tools CD (BART CD) is a breakthrough in the field of administration tools! In short it is a bootable CD, giving you the capability to detect/clean virus infections on a computer. All this can be done fast and reliably, without the risk of spreading the infection any further. System requirements:

avast! BART CD Manager
For the computer with 95/98/Windows Me:
PC 486, 32 MB RAM, 80 MB of free hard disk space

For the computer with Windows NT 4.0:
PC 486, 24 MB RAM, 80 MB of free hard disk space, Service Pack 3 and higher installed

For the computer with Windows 2000/XP/2003:
PC Pentium, 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended), 80 MB of free hard disk space,

An additional 160 MB of free disk space is required for creating ISO
image. CD-RW drive is required for burning the CD.

avast! BART CD
PC Pentium
CD/DVD drive


- Make sure that your computer meets the minimal system requirements for the program installation.
- Run the installation file.
- Then follow the on-screen instructions.

- exit all running parts of avast! program
- Via "Add/Remove programs" in Control panels perform the deinstallation

Or check here for Ultimate Boot CD freeware and use McAfee Antivirus Scanner 4.40.0/ from this bootable disk.( For downloading torrent file see ĀµTorrent file download) (CDBurnerXP Pro to burn to CD from the ISO file)

Reinstalling Operating system

Use Acronis Disk Director Suite 10.0 (English)
or Ultimate Boot CD -Ranish Partition Manager
to create a new partition (2 GB) from any available space in any existing partition. Do not format any
existing partitions. The newly created partition should be formated as Primary Active.

Now proceed to install your Windows to this newly Primary Active partition which is automatically named as C:\ drive.

When you successfully boot into windows you can now access your files by clicking on My computer to click on the other previous partition/Drive. Save them to an external disk or burn them into CD.

(Attaching the drive as a second drive to a working computer is another option)

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