eScan Rescue Disk

eScan Rescue Disk crack/keygen

Version 12.0.73 DB
Updated Oct 26th 2010
Company
Rating 3.7
750 3.7
Crack Size 287 MB
Downloads 8239
Systems Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows 2008
Category antivirus

Download eScan Rescue Disk Crack+Keygen

eScan Rescue Disk

You can boot from this CD / DVD into a Windows environment that is located directly on the CD/DVD. From there, you can scan and clean your hard disks with MWAV toolkit, and fix errors which might fail Windows to load in normal mode.

Scan the hard disk for viruses and remove trojans and other malware that elude your antivirus software when Windows is loaded. Sometimes, viruses, trojans and other malware are embedded so tightly into your operating system that when you boot Windows the normal way, the virus is also loaded and cannot be detected or removed by antivirus software running in that system.

eScan Rescue Disk provides you with a Windows based clean environment helps you scan and clean the system.

In such a case, you might want to start up Windows from a clean source like a bootable Windows rescue CD and scan the hard disk from there.

Users can rely on eScan Rescue Disk Crack to boot the system them remove the malware infections.

We can use eScan rescue disk when system is not able to boot due to virus infection, eScan will scan and clean the system drive from virus.

NOTE: In order to use eScan Rescue Disk, you will need to burn the ISO onto a disc and create a bootable CD.

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