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Old 09-02-2009, 12:11 AM
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Default Shardana - Tool to make multi-boot AV Rescue CDs to USB

It's in italian but the author plans to add a language .ini soon



has support for adding windowsPE isos so you can pretty much have an all in one usb drive for on-site repairs
http://forum.nexthardware.com/sistem...multiboot.html
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Old 09-02-2009, 02:10 AM
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Saw this utility yesterday and built it this morning. Unfortunately I tried it on 2 systems and the menu doesn't work right. I'll try it again tomorrow.
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Old 10-15-2009, 01:10 AM
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Default Updated version of Shardana AV Rescue CD is available - menu issue appears fixed

It would be great to have Avira, BitDefender, FSecure, Kaspersky, Panda and other AV's on one boot CD. Just downloaded it and will be doing some testing.

The changelog for this new update is as follows:

1.0.6.9
Change memtestp to 4.00
Fix Floppy Win98 (new link, file .img)
Change graphic CD/DVD/USB
Add TestDisk, Photorec, LiloPwd
Fix new name ISO puppy changed in pup*.iso
Fix menu for ISO with pebuider
Fix errors boot with pe
Change Help
Change Link MegaLabCD
Fix RadioPE
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It would be great to have Avira, BitDefender, FSecure, Kaspersky, Panda and other AV's on one boot CD. Just downloaded it and will be doing some testing.
If you do manage to succeed with this, do you want to .rar it up, split the files into 100mb pieces, and upload it to drop.io for all the members to enjoy
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