Bootcamp 404: PC rescue part 3

Posted by dcparris on Jan 2, 2006 9:21 PM EDT; By Rick Maybury
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In the first two parts of this series we looked at how to create a PC 'rescue disc' using Knoppix, a version of the Linux operating system (OS). It boots from a CD and allows you to revive a dead PC, so you can continue working, retrieve files, open documents and so on. We now turn our attention to creating a more specialised rescue disc that can help to recover files and more, including diagnose and repair faults to the Windows operating system.

[Ed: A Windows rescue CD? Well, if you have to work with it... - dcparris]

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