Well they do warn you "this might take a few hours" :D
I tried to create a CD on a Windows XP SP3 box, and found that I had to get one of those e-mail hotfixes from MS. My Windows is up to date as far as Microsoft updates are concerned.
You need to create a new DVD each time to get the latest definitions, it would seem?
I am not sure about this but it looks like it runs some sort of cut down version of Windows 7?
The PANDA one runs Debian Linux.
Yeah we run debian and if your hardware is not picked up by the safe cd, let me know and I can have it included.
I am using comodo rescue disk.. its good... you can try using it...
You should really look at the dates of the posts. If you read the thread, it was dirty fans which caused overheating, nothing a rescue disc could fix.
Sherinfrindler or whatever, is a bot.....................
ya used avg it's i think the best antivirus for all. i use it for 6 year and i have no virus on my pc upto now.
Might I point out that my last post (the one you posted after) was 15 months ago?............................please check the dates before you post ;)
Now, you raise an interesting question?
You say that " i use it for 6 year and i have no virus on my pc upto now."
You have joined a security site, which implies that you have some knowledge of security issues does it not? That suggests to me that you probably practice "safe computing"; so you might be giving credit to an AV product that really belongs to yourself?
How many malware incidents has your security software intercepted that you would not have avoided yourself?
I agree, that the operator, not the AV program is doing it.
Originally Posted by nihil
I usually use Malware-bytes Antivirus program to get rid of my malware if im able to open my programs. If I can't then I put the antivirus programs on my usb and try to run them that way.
Good idea leeman!
When I go after this crap I put the drive in a caddy and attack it from a known clean computer