Emergency Boot CD( EBCD) - For Backup & System Recovery

Emergency Boot CD( EBCD) - For Backup & System Recovery

I figure out that some of us still do not know how to backup their files or how to do a basic system recovery if something bad happen to their OS. They thought if they cannot log into the Windows, that means their Hard Disk is damaged and need to be reformatted.

Maybe its true.But before deciding to format your PC, you need to make sure that your had disk is really need to be formatted. Maybe the cause of error is not that bad and you still can fix it without formatting your HD.Maybe something important is missing from your core partition( where OS reside ).The most common one is you deleted boot.ini ..

At this time, EBCD comes is handy..EBCD is a bootable CD, intended for system recovery in the case of software or hardware faults. It is able to create backup copies of normally working system and restore system to saved state. It contains the best system software ever created, properly compiled and configured for the maximum efficient use.You may download image builder utility which creates image of bootable CD-ROM (.ISO file), plus basic set of system tools. When the image is ready, write it to CD-R or CD-RW, and then everytime you'll need convenient and powerful system tools they'll be just at hand.

Some of interesting function EBCD has :-
- Changing the password of any Windows users, including the Administrator
- Recovering the master boot record
- Performing an Emergency boot for NT, 2000 or XP
- Partitioning
- Recovering files from a formatted drive, an emptied recycle bin, or an unreadable floppy disk

This EBCD really helpful especially for system administrator or support technician that do a lot of system repairing & recovery services.

Do check out Emergency Boot CD( EBCD)


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