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For more details on how to create boot CD, please refer here. You can also use our video tutorial to visually learn how boot CD is created.

Dr.Web LiveCD is an emergency system recovery disk. Using Dr.Web LiveCD to boot your PC, you can check it for viruses and cure damaged Windows even if the system can no longer be started in its normal way.

Dr.Web LiveUSB is an emergency system recovery tool using USB data storage. Using Dr.Web LiveUSB to boot your PC, you can check it for viruses and cure damaged Windows even if the system can no longer be started in its normal way.

Download Dr.Web LiveUSB distribution file from our website, connect your flash drive to your PC and run the file you have downloaded. In the next window, specify which of flash drives you want to use (if a number of them is available), and also if it needs formatting before use. Press Create Dr.Web LiveUSB and wait for the process to complete. After Dr.Web LiveUSB has been created, press Exit.

Most present-day desktop and notebook PCs have a key to select booting from any media type available in the PC. It is normally F11 key. When pressed, a boot device selection menu is displayed.

In previous BIOS versions, you may select boot device manually. Just enter BIOS by pressing Del or F2 key during booting, open Boot Settings (or sometimes simply Boot) section and change the boot sequence (CD-ROM should be set to the first position).

Most present-day desktop and notebook PCs have a key to select booting from any media type available in the PC. It is normally F11 key. When pressed, a boot device selection menu is displayed.

In previous BIOS versions, you may select boot device manually. Just enter BIOS by pressing Del or F2 key during booting, open Boot Settings (or sometimes simply Boot) section and change the boot sequence (USB or Removable device should be set to the first position depending on your PC BIOS version).

To start scanning, press Dr.Web in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen (acts like Windows Start button) and select Dr.Web Sсanner. Selecting objects to be scanned and starting/stopping the scanner is similar to those of the standard Dr.Web Anti-Virus interface.

Dr.Web LiveCD documentation is available for download on this page in the Documentation section, and Dr.Web LiveUSB’s is here, in the same Documentation section.

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