Boot Disk

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Boot Disk

Any storage disk one can use to load and run an operating system or a program on a computer. Historically, the most common boot disks have been floppy disks and CD-ROMs. Increasingly, however, flash drives are being used instead.
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It always makes sense to keep emergency boot disks with the latest AV software on and maintain a backup strategy that will enable you to bypass the point of infection and still operate the hardware safely.
EasyRecovery Lite 6.0 can be run from Windows or alternatively from an emergency boot disk - it does not need to be installed on the machine prior to the data loss.
It's essential to be prepared by having an emergency boot disk.
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