Emergency Boot Kit 1.5b

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Emergency Boot Kit: a powerful toolset on USB for data recovery and fixing unbootable computers. File Manager (save your files from from HDD to USB) and Registry Editor work even Windows is unbootable. Mount and Boot Center fixes Windows boot errors.

Software information
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server, Unix/Linux, Mac OS, Other
PrimeExpert Software
File size:
24.90 Mb
Date added:
January 18, 2017
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Description from the Publisher
Emergency Boot Kit is a self-contained bootable OS on USB thumbdrive for fixing unbootable computers and full-scale data recovery. Bootable file manager lets you explore your disk C: and other disks even if Windows is not bootable. Then you can save your files from local hard disk to a USB thumbdrive, or restore them back from USB thumbdrive if necessary. Builtin viewer and editor for text files allows rapid configuration changes. In addition to letting you get back into your files and save them, Emergency Boot Kit also provides you with a set of useful tools that make managing your computer simple and easy. Windows Password Wizard gives you powerful access to your PC even when you completely forget the password for your Windows user account. Next up - Registry Editor, handy for making changes to the Registry even if Windows is unbootable. For example, it lets you fix various boot problems caused by installing wrong drivers, or by switching between AHCI/IDE disk controller modes. And along with that, there's Mount and Boot Center, which lets you reassign and fix missing drive letters, edit boot menus, and most importantly, repair boot records and active partition flags. Finally, a Partition Manager can be used to create, format, delete, and wipe partitions. Also it can backup partitions to image files, restore them, and even copy from partition to partition! Emergency Boot Kit supports both old computers (based on BIOS) and a new ones (based on UEFI). With all of these wonderful utilities on one disk, there's no reason why you shouldn't have Emergency Boot Kit in your arsenal!
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