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Shardana Antivirus Rescue Disk Utility

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Do you have problems with viruses and malware? Do you like to test different Linux distribution on your PC? Do you like to have tools and utilities available to check your PC, to partition your hard disk or to rescue data? This is perhaps the best tool you have ever seen and the best stuff for your USB Stick. Shardana Antivirus Rescue Disk Utility (Sardu) is software that can produce an ISO or an IMA anti-virus bootable CD, comprehensive collections of utilities, the most popular distributions of Linux Lite, and the best known Windows PE. In this article we’ll describe how to install more the 20 Live Systems on your USB Stick in 4 steps.

Step 1: Download and install the core program
The core program (freeware) can be downloaded directly from the developer’s website. It does not ship with any of the antivirus rescue disks or system tools though. It is up to the user to download them individually with the possibility to skip programs by simply not downloading them.
Unfortunately the core program is just available as a Windows binary file. You need to install it on a Windows machine or to run a virtual machine on your Linux box. Download the Sardu zip file here and unzip it in your favorite folder. (e.g. C:\sardu)

http://www.sarducd.it/

Step 2: Prepare the USB Stick




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