Yep, it was me who suggested a BartPE Disk
What -I- think is the best about BartPE is the file manager is similar to windows, creating an environment you'll recognize (and know).
You can build a disk yourself, or use a pre-made disk with some pre-installed applications on it.
Thought I should start the thread here, where it belongs. So now I have a usb stick, a hard disk with possibly infected files, and one working & clean computer.
I had been given to understand it is possible to make a mini-windows on a usb, so one could extract a few files individually --a digital airlock of sorts-- clean/print/transpose them in this BartPE environment, and then transfer the clean copies/new files elsewhere, effectively salvaging the data.
- Can this be done?
- How? (step by step, plz; I'm not fully digiliterate)
Edited by RupturedHope, 02 September 2009 - 11:35 AM.