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  1. Roberto Delpopolo
    April 21, 2017 @ 11:10 PM

    The information is incomplete. Bitdefender does not work in every computer and it lacks crucial information about its correct usage. It does ask for a username and password at startup and nobody knows it. I guess it works for those who own a paid copy of the antivirus. Typing “livecd” for a username it will attempt to run and it will probably fail with a “server error” message. Avast takes a lifetime to build a rescue disk and if a user stops the process it will never start again. It will show up an error message while attempting to create a rescue disk. There is no AV in the market that can find a malware that keeps on calling a “gocloudy” web site or “maxonclick”. An unknown type of virus keeps on changing the signature of every antivirus files. Try first to run Hitman Pro and verify if any virus is changing the signatures or your files.

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    • Who Cares
      August 12, 2018 @ 8:29 PM

      This is the most incomplete set of software I have ever seen No README file no ISO File

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  2. Juniven Saavedra
    February 28, 2017 @ 9:28 PM

    I’m very grateful to the Staff of iTechtics for compiling this wonderful tools. Thank you very much it helps a lot. 🙂

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  3. AJOY GHOSH
    April 13, 2016 @ 12:29 AM

    Sir,
    I am confused that whether the mentioned process can be applied in my notebook (Asus X54C) where the problem arises after completion of a part of whole installation . at the point of typing PC name the keyboard suddenly becomes irresponsive. I tried win 7(32&64), win 8, but same thing is happening. Please help and reply to my mail.

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  4. Ed Learned
    March 11, 2016 @ 9:34 PM

    Personally, I have had nothing but BAD LUCK trying to use USB drives on virus or malware infected systems! My computer had a virus on it, which I believe might have been TDL4 or a variant of it. Anyway, I tried different AV programs from my USB drives, and every USB drive I plugged in got infected instantly! The reason is that nothing could keep the virus from restructuring the USB drives in the first few milliseconds after being plugged in! So, the ONLY USB drives I would EVER trust for such a task would be the type that have a HARDWARE SWITCH that makes the drive “read only” so that NOTHING could possibly WRITE to that drive, no mattter what kind of virus, malware, or worm it was, including Stuxnet!

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    • Ghandi
      April 4, 2016 @ 10:41 AM

      Either create a bootable CD, which is read only, OR use an uninfected computer to make your bootable USB.

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      • oneaty
        November 26, 2016 @ 3:11 PM

        Exactly, you won’t create your USB from an infected computer.
        Kind of obvious, but it’s always good to explicitly point that out.

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  5. Hydarah
    July 28, 2015 @ 4:35 AM

    It’s wonderful .. thanks a lot.

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