You could try using the Ultimate Boot Disk for Windows.
It allows you to boot the computer into a Windows-like environment (screen-shot
) and is loaded with antivirus and other system recovery and generally useful tools (list of tools
). The website includes a brief summary of how UBD4Win can be used to recover from a virus attack (see FAQ
It also allows you to access all NTFS, FAT, FAT16, and FAT32 volumes and durn CD's and DVD's. This means that under a worst-case scenario, you will still be able to recover important files and information.
The system requirements are as follows:
- 100Mhz CPU
- 128Mb RAM
- 500Mb Hard drive with at least 100Mb free
- 2Mb VGA graphics card
- Keyboard and Mouse
I encourage you to visit the UBD4Win
website and read more about it.