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PostSubject: Hiren's BootCD 10.4 + How to create a bootable USB with Hiren's BootCD   Fri May 28, 2010 12:12 pm

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Hiren's BootCD (HBCD) 10.4



is a completely free bootable CD that contains a load of useful tools you can make use of in a variety of situations like analyzing, recovering and fixing your computer even if the primary operating system can not be booted.

It is a great resource for anyone with computer problems who is having trouble accessing the internet to download programs in an attempt to fix it. It has a multitude of tools divided into a number of categories like partitioning tools, backup, recovery and BIOS/CMOS tools to name a few.

With some simple knowledge about what is contained on the CD, you can use it to repair many problems computer like hard drive failure, virus infections, partitioning, password recovery and data recovery.

We may call it as an emergency cd which every computer technician or home user must have.

We thank and appreciate Hiren for his great BootCD. This site is just a download place for Hiren's BootCD and is not related with Hiren. For developer's homepage please visit Hiren's Homepage under the links.
Partition Tools

If you need to make changes to the partitions on your computer, there are several applications that provides various levels of functionality for accomplishing this goal. You can both create and delete partitions from your computer, even while there are other partitions on the hard drive you are modifying. You can also resize partitions if needed, to change how much space is allocated to them.
Backup and Recovery

There are several backup and recovery tools on Hiren's BootCD. Backup tools like GetDataBack, HDD Scan, Partition Find and Mount, PhotoRec, Recuva, Undelete... let you copy data off of your hard drive and schedule automatic backups to ensure your data is saved to another location. You can also recover deleted data, whether that data was deleted intentionally or accidentally. There are also a few tools that will help you recover data from damaged or corrupted portions of your hard drive if you are unable to recover them through other methods.
Testing Tools

Hiren's BootCD provides a variety of tools for testing different aspects of your computer. If you suspect that your RAM is corrupted or that a piece of hardware on your machine is not functioning properly, there are several applications you can run to determine the problems. You can also perform hard drive tests to see whether your hard drive is physically damaged, and get a report on how much longer your hard drive is expected to work.
Password Tools

Password recovery and modification tools are also provided on Hiren's BootCD. You can change the administrator password on Windows machines, and there are utilities for saving passwords for your online accounts in an encrypted format. You can also encrypt your entire hard drive with Hiren's BootCD so that a password is required to read or write any data from or to your hard drive.

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Boot Menu



Main Window 1



Main Window 2



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How to boot Hiren's from a USB flash Drive

1) Connect a 256 MB or above flash drive.

2) Download and run [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.](34 KB). Follow the steps in the first screenshot.

3) Download and run [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] (148 KB). Follow the steps in the second screenshot

4) Copy grldr and menu.lst files (located in the grub4dos.zip) into the usb drive.

5) Put Hiren's BootCD into the CD Drive and copy everything from CD to USB Flash Drive. Now the contents of your USB Flash Drive should look like as in the third screenshot.

If you are having problem on changing boot order in bios, please refer Change the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] document.

Note: If you get GRLDR error then use [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] (132 KB) to boot grub4dos.

USB Disk Storage Format



Grub4Dos Installer



Latest View of the Content of the USB Flash Drive

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PostSubject: Re: Hiren's BootCD 10.4 + How to create a bootable USB with Hiren's BootCD   Sat Jun 12, 2010 9:22 am

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PostSubject: Re: Hiren's BootCD 10.4 + How to create a bootable USB with Hiren's BootCD   Sat Jun 12, 2010 11:38 am

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Mini Windows Xp is a pre installed OS that runs in the CD,..lets say a if you have a corrupted windows XP system files and it wont boot, you can access files in the harddisk without booting from it,.. you can also backup those files using mini windows XP,..

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