Perhaps everyone knows the problem: you accidentally "catch" a virus that destroys the operating system and it just "refuses" to boot when you start the computer. At such moments, most users take to immediately relocate the operating system, losing important data and a lot of time to install and configure all the necessary programs. But this problem also has another solution called Dr.Web LiveDisk. To work with the program you need to burn the downloaded image to a blank CD (preferably at a low burn speed) and set the BIOS settings to boot from the optical drive. After short copying of executive files into the system, Dr.Web LiveDisk will be ready to work.
The user is greeted with a nice menu where you can choose the operation to perform. First of all, it is recommended to start the operation of the system treatment. After starting the scan, the program will try to find all the infected files and neutralize them. In general, Dr.Web LiveDisk will try to find the "culprit" of trouble from the operating system in such a way that it may become operational again after removing it. If this does not happen, you can use special applications to access your computer's file system and copy all the important data to an external drive, and then reinstall the system without any fears.
If you can access the operating system but suspect that it is infected with a virus, you can use Dr.Web LiveDisk simply for prevention. The sequence of actions in this case does not change. Summing up, it is necessary to tell that before us enough useful means on behalf of eminent developers which it is recommended to keep always at hand. Moreover, the program is completely free and has no worthy alternatives.